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Re: Help -- missing files in GCC 2.95.1 installation
- To: Jeffrey A Law <law at cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Re: Help -- missing files in GCC 2.95.1 installation
- From: Victor Danilchenko <danilche at cs dot umass dot edu>
- Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 15:07:09 -0400 (EDT)
- cc: help-gcc at gnu dot org
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Jeffrey A Law wrote:
> In message <3805E3AB.46BA9989@cs.umass.edu>you write:
> > Hi,
> > I need some help with out multi-platform GCC installation, and I would
> > much appreciate if someone could steer me to the solution.
> > Here is the problem: when GCC 2.95.1 was installed on a number of
> > different platforms (8 of them, to be exact), two files turned up
> > missing. For each of the following files, I did a search of both prefix
> > and exec-prefix directories, as well as of the source and object
> > directories.
> > libgcj.spec and java.lang are two files GCJ is asking for. I trawled
> > DejaNews for any references to it, and it looks like it is supposed to
> > be installed as a part of GCC (gcj, to be precise) installation -- yet
> > it was not. The gcj binary is there, the libgcj.spec and java.lang are
> > not.
>I believe those files are installed as part of the libjava library (libgjc).
>For various reasons the Java runtime libraries are not currently distributed
>with GCC. I hope that will change in the future.
>Anyway, what you need to do is get the Java runtime libraries, build and
Thanks a lot. I will do so in the near future. I guess I should
have taken the warning about GCJ's immaturity to heart, and simply not
installed it to begin with.