Aaron McDaid wrote:
> Yesterday, or was it the day before? someone was having problems running
> make on some LDAP source and it bombed out complianing about "couldn't run
> cc1plus" or something.
> I don't remember anyone posting a fix so here's my suggestion:
> I was flicking through a book of mine last night and saw that same problem
> occuring because of confustion between egcs and gcc (egcs is a fork of gcc
> that has now become the official gcc)
> Basically, some makefiles only work with the "original" gcc so you should
> change the code in the makefile to read "CCC=g++" instead of "CCC=gcc"
This will not fix the problem!
The C++ compiler backend has always been called cc1plus
>> I should have taken the book into work today so I could type it straight
> from the book.
> Anyway, that should tell the makefile to use the right compiler. You will
> probably see lines defining CC=gcc, leave them alone.
>> It went on to say that there are a few programs that don't like egcs either,
> like KDE and some of the kernel source.
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