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Re: g++ command, missing packages?
>On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Angelika Olsson wrote:
>> "Gerrit P. Haase" <email@example.com> 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
>> >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
>> 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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OK, thank you for the warning. I'll use the setup.exe.
Nice kitty :-)
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