> Marc H=F6per wrote, quoting me:
>> What installation paths did you specify? Using msys-1.0.10, you
>> must *not* have mingw32-make in /bin.
> Thanks for you help. It seems to be ok now.
> I did install mingw32-make into the default install directory. That
> is the mingw dir, e.g. c:\program files\mingw32.
No, that isn't the default installation directory. The executable
installers ship with preconfigured defaults:
C:\mingw for MinGW
C:\msys\1.0 for MSYS and friends
You may move these to a different disk device, but changing the path
beyond this is *not* recommended. In particular, if you move them to
"C:\Program Files\...", you are being much too clever for your own
good; that assinine space in the path name is going to bite you one
day, probably sooner rather than later.
(At this point, a wise man will uninstall from "C:\Program Files\..."
and reinstall properly).
> Changing the installation dir manually to
> c:\program files\mingw32\mingw worked. Now, I have command line
> options of mingw32-make, too.
> I also install msysDTK. Are there install contraints for this
Installing with msysDTK-1.0.1.exe, you should specify the same path
as for MSYS itself; the default is C:\msys\1.0