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 Notes for building MSPGCC4 on MinGW:
+
 1. Binutils, libc and GDB are built automatically without any problems
-2. Due to the unreasonable double path system (/c/xxx vs. c:/xxx) the following workaround steps are required to build GCC:
-2.1. The MPFR's libtool should be replaced by a wrapper around MSys libtool: (already done by build scripts)
+
+2. Due to the unreasonable double path system (/c/xxx vs. c:/xxx) the following
+   workaround steps are required to build GCC:
+
+  2.1. The MPFR's libtool should be replaced by a wrapper around MSys libtool:
+       (already done by build scripts)
 	#! c:/msys/bin/sh.exe
-	libtool $*
-2.2. The MPFR include path can be set incorrectly. If this happens, replace all '-I/c/' with '-Ic:/' in gcc-build/gcc/Makefile
-2.3. If a nested call to mingw32-make in gcc-build/gcc fails with strange error messages involving incorrect '\', just restart it manually from "gcc" subfolder
-2.4. The xgcc.exe cannot correctly invoke cc1 and ld. Thus, when libgcc compilation fails, the following needs to be done:
-	* Go to gcc-build/gcc directory and run 'mingw32-make install' to install xgcc in its 'prefix' location
+	exec libtool "$@"
+
+  2.2. The MPFR include path can be set incorrectly. If this happens,
+       replace all '-I/c/' with '-Ic:/' in gcc-build/gcc/Makefile
+
+  2.3. If a nested call to mingw32-make in gcc-build/gcc fails with strange
+       error messages involving incorrect '\', just restart it manually from
+       "gcc" subfolder
+
+  2.4. The xgcc.exe cannot correctly invoke cc1 and ld. Thus, when libgcc
+       compilation fails, the following needs to be done:
+
+	* Go to gcc-build/gcc directory and run 'mingw32-make install' to
+	  install xgcc in its 'prefix' location
+
 	* Set PATH so it covers the directory containing msp430-xxx binaries
-	* Go back to gcc-build/msp430/libgcc and relaunch "configure" using the information from config.log
-	* Install the libgcc using msys make (make install), not the MinGW make (mingw32-make install)+
+	* Go back to gcc-build/msp430/libgcc and relaunch "configure" using the
+	  information from config.log
+	* Install the libgcc using msys make (make install), not the MinGW make
+	  (mingw32-make install)