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problems while installing Cygwin 32 patched version of rtems
- Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 09:20:00 +0100
- From: D.J.Fiddes at hw.ac.uk (David Fiddes)
- Subject: problems while installing Cygwin 32 patched version of rtems
> On Mon, 29 Jun 1998, Geoffroy Montel wrote:
> > I'm using Cygwin 32 b19
> > I got the latest snapshot of RTEMS and installed Dave's patches.
> > But it doesn't work for me:
> > ation of function `getopt'
> > gcc -O -o o-gen68340/cklength at EXEEXT@ o-gen68340/cklength at EXEEXT@.o
> > gcc: o-gen68340/cklength at EXEEXT@.o: No such file or directory
> > gcc: No input files
> > make: *** [o-gen68340/cklength at EXEEXT@] Error 1
Sorry. I forgot to say that you need to run autoconf otherwise teh changes
to aclocal.m4 don't percolate through to configure. What's happening is that
configure is not expanding the @EXEEXT@ in the build-tools/src/Makefile.in
because it is old and doesn't know what @EXEEXT@ is.
> Friday I merged a fairly large patch from Ralf which included David's
> cygwin patch. When I left Saturday, it looked like all the targets were
> building under Linux OK.
Needless to say, Ralf's patch will be much better than my hack :)
> FYI since I want to start going into "bug fix only" mode to get the
> release out, I plan to try to build everything on Solaris and NT. I will
> probably be asking for help on the NT front. :)
Sounds fun. In theory all cross development targets should just work (both
toolkits and RTEMS). I'm willing to try something other than m68k-rtems esp
now I've shed my 3rd job and I'm back to being a regular day-job, night-job
> > Another question (which has nothing to do with the previous one):
> > does a RTEMS logo exist???
> Not anything as cool as the Linux penguin. :)
Tut tut.. you should be working on your corporate identity rather than cool
David Fiddes, CALM Software Production Officer
Department of Mathematics, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
email D.J.Fiddes at hw.ac.uk - Tel: +44 131-451-3251
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