Want to compile GCC 4.3.2 / 4.4.0 under cygwin.

Eric Blake ebb9@byu.net
Tue Dec 23 13:06:00 GMT 2008


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According to Hongyi Zhao on 12/23/2008 3:05 AM:
> I've try to use the setup.exe to do this thing.  But I also meet the
> following issues: which packages are the dependent pakages of gcc
> 4.3.2?  More specifically, in order to make gcc 4.3.2 work correctly,
> I should select which packages to install at the same time?  I find
> that, unlike the debian's synaptic, the cygwin's setup tool cann't
> decide the dependence among packages for me automatically.

In general, using setup.exe automatically selects all the dependencies
without you having to worry about what they are; so it is sufficient for
you to select gcc4 for installation, then install everything that was
selected at the same time on your behalf by setup.exe.  If you truly have
a case where it didn't, then we need more details in order to fix the bug.

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Eric Blake             ebb9@byu.net
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