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Re: Compiling with gcc under cygwin (2)
- To: "Antoine PERNIN" <a_pernin at hotmail dot com>,<cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Subject: Re: Compiling with gcc under cygwin (2)
- From: "Robert Collins" <robert dot collins at itdomain dot com dot au>
- Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 07:55:54 +1000
- References: <F105cab7NMT6658EMJm0000a7d1@hotmail.com>
----- Original Message -----
From: "Antoine PERNIN" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 3:28 PM
Subject: Compiling with gcc under cygwin (2)
> Again with my problems :
> I solved the "stdio.h" : file or directory doesn't exist
> by copying the whole library into the first directory mentionned by
> gcc -print-search-dirs (looking at the library line of course)
> now gcc finds the library
What library did you copy in? newlib? glibc? what target library are you
> But i still have the crt0.o problem
> This file is in /usr/lib and in /lib
Of course, but you're not building for cygwin.
> note that the mount command shows that c:\cygwin\lib is mounted by the
> as /usr/lib and not c:\cygwin\usr\lib as i expected
> Whatever, the probelm is still there :
> $arm-elf-gcc /home/apn/test/main.c -o test
This is a risc elf-format cross compiler. It's probably not installed
> /tools/H-i686-pc-cygwin/arm-elf/bin-ld: cannot open crt0.o: No such
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> Thanks Mark for your advice but even if i am really a specialist of
> world, i'd like to solve this problem without installing again cygwin
> if i must, i'll do it)
You don't need to install cygwin AFAICT - there may be nothing wrong
with your cygwin. There is almost certainly something wrong in your
cross-compile setup. I suggest you talk to the nice folk at gcc.gnu.org.
We're happy to help you get the cygwin-target gcc running of course, but
I'm not clear what your desired binary target is.
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