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- From: Robinows at netscape dot net (David Robinow)
- To: str at strgt dot cjb dot net (Stuardo Rodriguez), cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 12:00:57 -0500
- Subject: RE: libstdc++
Stuardo Rodriguez <email@example.com> wrote:
>... I downloaded the pkg for gcc so i can compile htdig. when I tryed
>./configure it starts looking for some files - autoconf, automake, gcc.
>all that was found. but when it reached to look for iostream.h it stoped.
>and gave me an error telling me to download an install libstdc++ ... is
>there a pkg that contains those files?? or do i need to download the
>libstdc++ src and the gcc src so i can install it?
export CXX="g++ -Wno-deprecated" (assuming you use bash)
then rerun configure.
Problems with "configure" can often be solved by looking at the config.log file. In this case g++ gives you a pretty strong hint how to fix it.
Note that this is not really a cygwin problem. htdig has a broken configure. It will fail on any system with g++ v3. It should not be barfing on compiler warnings, nor should it be reporting a wild guess about libstdc++.
(By the way, your second post was much better.)
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