#5 Compiler specific build & -K option

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2007-11-28
2007-11-27
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When I install compiler specific build of mcpp release 2.6.4 and invoke gcc -E -P -Wp,-K test.c MCPP writes:

$ gcc -E -P -Wp,-K test.c
/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i586-mandrake-linux-gnu/3.3.1/mcpp: illegal option --K
MCPP V.2.6.4 (2007/05) for GCC compiled by GCC V.3.3
Usage: mcpp [-<opts> [-<opts>]] [<infile> [-<opts>] [<outfile>] [-<opts>]]

When I install trunk version everything is all right.
Could you please release current version or when are you going to do it or are there any ways to fix this bug?

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  • Kiyoshi Matsui

    Kiyoshi Matsui - 2007-11-28

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    MCPP V.2.6.4 does not have -K option. It is a new feature of V.2.7.

    The release of V.2.7 has been greatly delayed for the complexity of -K
    option's implementation. Now I'm trying to port to Mac OS X. Also the
    updates of some documents are still to be done. I will release V.2.7 in
    December (hopefully in the middle of the month).

     
  • Incubos

    Incubos - 2007-11-28

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    Ok.

     
  • Incubos

    Incubos - 2007-11-28
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