From: Ian C. Smith <icsmi2@st...> - 2000-10-12 00:09:13
ookay... I think I figured out what my problem is all about.
FOr some reason, if *anything* with multiple files is compiled, the
compiler obviously creates object files to be linked together after
all files have been reduced to object file format.
However, and I'm not sure at which exact point, but of course it
never completes, there will begin a massive "cpp: option -remap not
found" list of errors that will go on and on and on and on, and will
never stop. I once left my computer to compile and found Win98
whimpering in a pile mushied RAM. (The RAM didn't actually go
mushy... just so much was used by program iterations it slagged the
This will happen with any attempt to compile with the purpose of
creating object files. For example, in attempting to compile ALLEGRO
(which has multiple object files) it crashes. If I have a resource
file (e.g. icons information) it crashes.
It doesn't matter whether it is G++ or GCC, everything crashes.
Am I doing something really stupid? I've tried installing on both
drives, C and D, with no difference.
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