From: Paul G. <pgarceau@at...> - 2002-03-29 01:19:38
This sort of thing should not be posted here on the mingw-users list. If you have bug reports re: MSYS, submit them
via the bug reports page after first mentioning them at the MSYS mailing list
MSYS distro does not include a compiler. That is something which is added after you have installed the files
downloaded from the latest MSYS distro.
On 28 Mar 2002 at 8:22, Sternbach, William [IT] wrote:
> I've encountered what I believe is a bug with the
> MSYS 1.1 gcc compiler version 220.127.116.11.
> gcc does not process wildcards correctly:
> gcc -c mapm*.c
Afaik, mingw does not support wildcards in a compile line. You need to create a makefile, under Mingw, to
support multiple .c source code files. Either that, or put all of your .c source code files on the command line
(eg. gcc foo.c, foo2.c, foo3.c -c foo.o)
For multiple source code files, the foo.o is required, otherwise, afaik, gcc will generate foo.o, foo2.o and
> The above line should compile the programs which
> begin with mapm and have the ".c" suffix.
> (Example: mapmadd.c, mapm_cpi.c, mapm_div.c, etc)
Again, consider a make file.