side effects after installing gcc-126.96.36.1999
Tue Oct 19 15:59:00 GMT 2010
I've got a simple solution that I am not sure if it has been mentioned here.
take the link g++, and rename it g++.bak
and make a copy of the g++ you want to use g++-3 or 4
and rename it g++
No more access denied problem.
> After updating gcc in my cygwin installation, i discovered
> that i cannot run gcc.exe from the native winxp console (cmd.exe).
> gcc.exe has been replaced by gcc-3.exe.
> Of course, this works fine under bash and ash, but it does not work
> under cmd.exe.
> since i prefer to work under cmd.exe. i tried to fix this problem by:
> adding .LNK to PATHEXT
> and adding /usr/bin/alternatives to the PATH
> and now if i type "gcc", cmd finds gcc-3.exe and launch it.
> But, this is not perfect. gcc (or someone else) wait until i press
> enter to continue.
> Anybody knows a better solution ?
> I would prefer not to be forced to use bash.
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