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Re: Problems with GCC-4.7.2-1 (test)
- From: Dave Korn <dave dot korn dot cygwin at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2013 21:26:21 +0100
- Subject: Re: Problems with GCC-4.7.2-1 (test)
- References: <515F20FC dot 9060009 at alice dot it> <515F2B70 dot 7090506 at cs dot utoronto dot ca>
On 05/04/2013 20:52, Ryan Johnson wrote:
> On 05/04/2013 3:07 PM, Angelo Graziosi wrote:
>> Dave Korn wrote:
>>> Did you install the manually-required runtime libs as well?
>> I don't understand here. I have installed GCC-4.7.2-1 with setup.exe
>> choosing "Exp" packages and then leaving only 4.7.2-1 for
>> installation. Which runtime libs it needs? "manually-required"?
>> Shouldn't test packages be installed only with setup.exe? I am
>> confused now... :-(
> I think he means the other gcc-related packages in setup.exe;
> dependencies of test packages aren't tracked because they tend to pull
> in experimental versions of dependencies for non-experimental packages
> you might have installed. A shortcoming of setup.exe.
> I don't know which dependencies those might be, though...
They were listed in the announcement:
> 2. Setup does not pull all required dependencies.
> This is done on purpose to allow the default 4.5.3-3 release to work out
> of the box. There are 3 new packages that should be noted if you install
> this version of gcc.
> libgnat4.7, libobjc4 and libquadmath0 for gcc4-ada, gcc4-objc and
> gcc4-fortran respectively.
Probably not related, I guess.
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