Help with Make

Christopher Faylor
Fri Feb 1 13:49:00 GMT 2008

On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 01:41:48PM +0000, Richard Head wrote:
>>   What kind of "not working"?  If it's still saying "Not found", then it's got
>> to be not in the path after all; if it's some other error message now, tell us
>> which?
>Still saying gcc: command not found, and d:\cygwin\bin is def in the path.

There isn't any mystery to how this works.  If you really have d:\cygwin\bin
in your path and gcc is really in d:\cygwin\bin then any application, whether
cygwin-based or not, will find gcc.

In Windows your path should look something like:

             ^                 ^

We've reached the point where you need to provide the details mentioned at  The cygcheck output, in particular would
probably show what the problem is but you should run the cygcheck command
from outside of a cygwin shell.


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