Re: ./configure vim when compiler is not in standard location
- Jose Quesada wrote:
> Is there any way to tell the ./configure script to look for gcc andYou could try:
> libraries in a non-standard location? For example, istead of going for
> /usr/local/bin, lib, etc, it should look in, e.g., $HOME/opt/bin
> $HOME/opt/include $HOME/opt/share $HOME/opt/lib... etc.
> The system I''m using has gcc 2.7.2 only... i have gcc 3.3.1 in my home,
> hence the question.
setenv CC $HOME/opt/bin/cc
> And, when make gets to syntax.c, I invariably get:This either means the compiler itself is broken or the hardware it runs
> gcc -c -I. -Iproto -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DFEAT_GUI_MOTIF -I/usr/dt/include
> -g -O2
> -o objects/syntax.o
> Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
on is broken (bad memory chips give the same error). If it's
consistently happening in the same place then it's probably the
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