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Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 3:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] Re: building emacs on Mingw running on Windows
> >Are you aware of the NTEmacs project which does provide a fully
> >emacs running under Windows and also Msys. I have been using this method
> >without any problems for a while.
> Yes. I'm trying to put together a *complete* gcc cross toolchian
> targetting m68k-elf, so I thought I'd use emacs as a way to test if
> MinGW can configure/build GNU components. I've found an emacs that
> works, but I've got a bigger problem...
> I've run into an interesting issue in MinGW. As part of building the
> GCC toolchain, 'gengtype' is executed which in turn fails when it tries
> to open up '/home/pbarada/src/gcc/gcc-3.3.2/gcc/../include/ansidecl.h'
> with errno=2 even thought he file is there and can be accessed via the
> bash shell. I tried as an experiment to trim out the /gcc/../ to see if
> the'..' was confusing things, but that too failed.
> So now I'm not sure what to do...
> Any suggestions are appreciated.
> Peter Barada
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