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Posted on 29-06-05 22:38
I have Cygwin, and am trying to install Gcc under it. I got the tar.gz file, unzip it the do ./configure. In the process of configuring, it gives me this:

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checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH
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How do I fix this?


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Posted on 30-06-05 15:34
make sure that gcc is in your $PATH statement

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wait, wtf? you need gcc to install gcc? how does that work...? also, i'm not sure if gcc will run under cwygin...


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Posted on 30-06-05 17:50
its just checking to see if gcc is installed, it is not needed. make sure $PATH is correct


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Posted on 30-06-05 18:26
I'm in the cygwin bash shell, and I change directory to C:\cygwin\bin\gcc-4.0.0. Then, I do a ./configure, until I get to that. So I am in the right path. I googled cc and apparently it's a c compiler. So I need a c compiler put into $PATH?


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Posted on 30-06-05 20:44
nah, the ./configure script is just a GNU script thats used to prep the system for install.

to view your path type echo $PATH at the prompt


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Posted on 30-06-05 21:00
Ok, I did that, and it gave me a ton of directories. One of which was the bin file of SDCC, a c compiler. So how do I get this to work? I don't think I'm understanding what needs to be done. What I think is I need to have a c compiler in $PATH, which is done. Or is this something totally different? I think I'm lost...

Someone please help.