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mingw32-make is a native Win32 build of GNU make, for those who, for some reason,
don't want to use MSYS; the make provided with MSYS cannot be used without MSYS.
A problem you may encounter with mingw32-make is that it doesn't understand
POSIX-style paths, which are common in makefiles; it requires all paths to be
specified in native Win32 format, (and properly quoted, if they contain embedded
spaces). If you made the common mistake of installing your MinGW tool chain
under "Program Files", (which we *strongly* discourage, BTW), then that might
be a contributor to your problem.
If you *can* use MSYS, then you will generally find it better to stick with
MSYS make, and avoid mingw32-make.
BTW, I didn't find it necessary to explicitly link with libiberty.a, so I've
no idea why you did; in fact, I can even successfully compile, link and run
my test case, after *removing* libiberty.a altogether (temporarily).
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