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Re: GCC compiler cannot create executables.
At 08:54 AM 12/6/2002, Tim Prince wrote:
>On Thursday 05 December 2002 23:28, Ryan Budge wrote:
> > In my cvs directory I run :-
> > %autoconf
> > %./configure
> > And I get : -
> > Configure : error : installation or configuration problem : c compiler
> > cannot create executables.
> > Im attaching the output of cygcheck -c and config.log.
>Your config.log appears to say that the test gcc command wants to link
>against libuser32, and it doesn't find that library. Does gcc -v work for
>you from the command line? Do you have such a library?
Ugh! I should've looked closer at the configure log! Tim's right. You
don't have the user32 library. That means you didn't install the w32api
package. Your limited cygcheck.out shows this to be the case. Install
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