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From: "Norman Vine" <nhv AT cape DOT com>
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Subject: RE: updated win32 macro
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:16:44 -0500
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Christopher Faylor writes:
>>I would really like to minimse the alterations needed outside of
>>configure.in - can you think of any package in particular 
>likely to have
>>trouble with CC=gcc -mwin32 ? (So that we could test it)
>Yes.  If you configure this way in the tcl directory and then 
>cd .., the
>tcl directory won't build because CC is overridden by the 
>toplevel make.
>If you use CC='gcc -mwin32' configure in the top-level, then we might
>as well just get rid of -mwin32 completely.  This will cause every
>single package to be built with -mwin32 whether it needs it or not.


I just built tcl the other day

./configure --includedir=/usr/include/w32api

just worked :-)

this was with gcc-2.95.2-7


Norman Vine

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