Disabling fixincludes (was Re: Installing GCC-3.2 problem.)
gschafer at zip.com.au
Thu Sep 19 19:10:48 PDT 2002
On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 03:57:46PM -0500, Kelledin wrote:
> The best thing to do would be to patch gcc so that it doesn't run
> fixincludes. This "fixincludes" thing is getting to be a real
> hassle, and the more I think about it, the more I think it was a
> bad idea from the start.
> I'll check out how to turn off fixincludes as soon as I get some
> free time. That should be later tonight...
Hey Kelledin, did you ever figure out a clean way on how to handle
this? My tests so far have been unfruitful.
It appears the internal gcc include directory contains a mix of internal
gcc headers (VERY necessary) and the fixed headers. In other words, one
cannot just do away with the contents of that dir as things just don't
I played around with the variables mentioned by Tush in both the configure
acript and in the Makefile and either gcc wouldn't build or it was
non-functional afterwards ie: it wouldn't build other stuff.
The issue has come up again on the support list.
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