2012/5/30 Baruch Burstein <bmburstein@gmail.com>
Ruben,
I tried using a custom specs file with your Win64 build (I suspect it is the same with other builds) as explained here: http://www.mingw.org/wiki/SpecsFileHOWTO. I placed it at <mingw64 dir>\lib\gcc\<build>\<version>\specs, but it wasn't working. I used Process Monitor to see if the file was even being read, and found that it is searching in "C:\home\ruben\mingw-w64\toolchain\mingw64mingw64\mingw64\lib\gcc\x86_64-w64-mingw32\specs", which is obviously wrong.
Can you please fix this?

Hmm... it seems like it's looking in my --prefix or --sysroot directory. The MinGW;org version would only work if you installed it in C:\MinGW or are using MSYS.

I unfortunately do not know where this search path is hardcoded in GCC. JonY or ktietz or anyone else: do you know where I could make this path relative in GCC?

Ruben

 
Thank you.

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