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Re: g++ command, missing packages?
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Angelika Olsson wrote:
> "Gerrit P. Haase" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skriver:
> >gcc-core & gcc-testsuite includes only the source & testsuite for the
> >backend, you probably don't want to install it, so make the list to be:
> > gcc
> > gcc-ada
> > gcc-g++
> > gcc-g77
> > gcc-gpc
> > gcc-java
> > gcc-objc
> >The mingw components are automatically selected if you select the above.
> >You'll also need the binutils package which includes the linker.
> OK. Thanks. Are the "gcc" catalog and the rest of them supposed to be on
> the same level in the "release" catalog? I have the gcc-ada etc IN the gcc
> catalog witch is IN the release catalog. Is this right?
> Thank you so much for all your help!
When Gerrit says that things are "automatically selected", he assumes that
you're using Cygwin's setup.exe to install the packages. However, as
you're talking about "catalogs", it looks like you're using ftp instead.
Note that Cygwin's setup is the only recommended (read: supported) way of
installing Cygwin packages -- any other method of installation is likely
to leave you with a broken system unless you know *exactly* what you're
doing. If you do use setup.exe to install your Cygwin packages, please
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