Yi Yi <wing0630@gmail.com> д
Hi, everybody .

I'm a newcomer to this mailing-list and a beginner of MinGW+MSYS. Nice
to meet you all.

In the other day, I downloaded the source of libiconv-1.11 and tried
compiling it. Well, an error occurred and the compiling was called

My compiling steps were as follows.

1. ./configure --prefix=/mingw --target=mingw --enable-static
--enable-extra-encodings --disable-shared

2. After the configure was well completed and the Makefile was
generated, I entered the command "make".

However, an error occurred when executing the following command.

---- gcc -I. -I. -I.. -I./.. -I../include -g -O2 -fvisibility=hidden
-DNO_XMALLOC -Dset_relocation_prefix=libcharset_set_relocation_prefix
-Drelocate=libcharset_relocate -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -c ./localcharset.c" -o

And the error message is "gcc.exe: no input files".
I really know it , you must use make-3.81 or make-3.80, please check it, don't use them , you must use make-3.79.1

good luck!

I searched for localcharset.c in the libiconv-1.11 package. It turned
out that the localcharset.c is in the directory
"./libiconv/libcharset/lib". I just can't understand why the gcc could
not find it and what's wrong with my compiling.

Please help me. Your kindness is appreciated.

Thank U in advance.

Cloude Yih

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