mingw32 on Windows NT
Wed Sep 30 04:37:00 GMT 1998
Has anyone gotten mingw32 to compile properly on windows NT. I've used
> mingw32 successfully on windows 95 and windows 98 for some time, but
> I just tried running it on NT and it gives the following error (even just
> when compileing hello.c)
> ld: cannot open C:\TMP\cc0002261.o: No such file or directory
> c:\tmp\ exists and the file cc000226.o exists, for some reason it seems
> to truncate any temp .o file it creates to 8 char. I'm using gcc 2.8.1.
> Any solutions?
Make sure that your environment variables are correct. Also make sure that the MINGW32 path is first in the PATH variable. If your make file uses any of the UNIX fileutils then make sure that your using the cygwin ones and not DJ's.
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