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No acceptable C compiler found
- Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 23:49:51 +0800
- From: xr at trasin.net (Ray)
- Subject: No acceptable C compiler found
Hi, Jalpan Dholakia
Can you post another config.log? the config.log should located in some subdirectory.
when you type: configure --target=arm-rtems.......
you will get information like:
$> entering /home/yourhome/rtems4.7/dir1/dir2/
$> error:No acceptable C compiler found
Then, the error configure log should be in /home/yourhome/rtems4.7/dir1/dir2/
BTW, how about if you try configure --target=arm-rtems4.7 instead of configure --target=arm-rtems?
Thanks & Best Regards!
Ray, xr at trasin.net
----- Receiving the following content -----
From: Jalpan Dholakia
Receiver: Ralf Corsepius
Time: 2007-11-13, 23:17:41
Subject: Re: RE : No acceptable C compiler found
> I have set /bin in the $ PATH which include
>arm-rtems4.7-gcc.exe , autoconf etc. files. I am not doing any thing
>with the cc1.
> I am also giving prefix in configure command like - -
>prefix=/h/RTEMS/msys/arm/bin . As I said prefix has no effect. If it has
>then why it is giving error for $PATH like "No acceptable C compiler found
>in $PATH" ?
>On Tue, 2007-11-13 at 07:59 -0600, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> + MinGW doesn't run on Vista correctly. The native compiler
>> dies compiling hello world with a message like
>> "cc1 not found".
>cc1 not found indicates a toolchain relocation error.
>In general, GCCs based toolchains are not relocatible and must be
>installed into the prefix they have been configured for.
>> We searched online and others have
>> run into this but the only solution I saw was to put the
>> directory with cc1 in your PATH but that results in the
>> RTEMS cross compiler finding the native cc1 not the
>> cross one.
>Right. As you might recall, cross tools are named -.
>You MUST not put the directory containing cc1 into $PATH.
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