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Subject: Re: Too many open files (EMFILE)
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 13:24:32 +0200
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> d:/user/djgpp/bin/sh.exe ../../../gcc/fixinc/genfixes machname.h
> -uDas System kann die angegebene Datei nicht finden
(Translation: the file "-u" does not exist [!!!!KEY!!!!])

    <cause file="genfixes">
                  tr -s '\040\011' '\012\012' < ../specs |
                   sed -n 's/^.*-D\([a-zA-Z_][a-zA-Z0-9_]*\).*$/\1/p' |
here-->       sort -u > mn.T

> So some other factor is at work here.  Perhaps the time stamp of some
> file is incorrect, and that causes the build process to want to remake
> its dependencies.  Please look closer at this step; there should be no
> need to rerun genfixes at all.

Right again.
uuhhh... guess what?
Windows NT comes with its own 'sort.exe'. I recently installed a Win2000
service pack, and it put all that garbage back in my path (and I didn't
think about it until now)... Doesn't matter if %DJGPP%\..\bin is in front of
system32 in the %PATH% or not. Of course, being a @?&!! Microsoft executable
and living its own universe, it naturally uses a totally different argument
structure and runs completely different from the standard Posix 'sort'. Can
you spell c-o-n-f-l-i-c-t ?? It was then naturally .. ahem.. 'sort-ed out'

ALL USERS: beware of imposters - windoze executables parading themselves to
be 'find' and 'sort' but actually are just a pain in the -

Well, my DJGPP configuration must have been OK. Aside from two completely
Windoze2000-related issues, GCC 3.04 compiles and runs fine for me... so far

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