From: Phlip (pplumlee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-02-07 15:18:48
Proclaimed Jens Maurer from the mountaintops:
> pplumlee_at_[hidden] wrote:
> > The error messages start with demands for files like "classes.d".
> > There are no .d files in here. Is the install ZIP complete?
> Yes, it is. The "missing" files are dependency files which are
> generated automatically by gcc. If your "make" cannot cope with these
> files missing, put a comment sign "#" in front of the offending line 52
> of gcc.mak.
End of crisis (for me, at least). After croaking the line you recommended
all I had to do was
tr -d '\r'
out a billion carriage returns. Technically these are ASCII blanks and no
tool should complain, but gcc can't bear the sight of them after a line
continuation marker: \
Long term someone should add an INSTALL file, but I'm past it now,
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