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Re: Problems with GCC-4.7.2-1 (test)

Dave Korn wrote:
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.

Now I have carefully repeated the installation and I am sure that all needed packages are installed (also the above), and the problems remains... :-(

Not only Terminator (cygwinports) and my Emacs build do not work but also URXVT (installed via setup.exe as Curr package) does not work!

But now...

I have also a GTK-build of Emacs trunk and

$ emacs -Q

/usr/local/emacs/bin/emacs-24.3.50.exe: error while loading shared
libraries: ?: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

  This looks like the quickest point to try tracking it down.  Does cygcheck
on the exe show any missing DLLs?

$ cygcheck urxvt-X
Found: C:\cygwin-2\bin\urxvt-X.exe
cygcheck: track_down: could not find cygffi-4.dll

$ cygcheck emacs
Found: C:\cygwin-2\usr\local\bin\emacs
 -> C:\cygwin-2\usr\local\emacs\bin\emacs.exe
 -> C:\cygwin-2\usr\local\emacs\bin\emacs-24.3.50.exe
cygcheck: track_down: could not find cygffi-4.dll

If you read, you will find

1. GCJ and LIBFFI packages are empty
Java Support is broken in this release.

so this explain, for me, the problems I see...


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