[Fwd: Problem compiling gnupg]
Fri, 01 Dec 2000 11:50:02 -0800
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I am trying to install ming32/cpd using Cygwin, and getting into some
problems. I hope somebody can help me out. Please cc to
email@example.com, as I am not subscribed to this list.
I tried to follow the instructions in gnupg-1.0.4/doc/Readme.w32 to download
and install mingw32/cpd, and getting into a few problems.
1. After I have untar'ed all the 4 packages (mingw32-cpd-0.2.4,
windows32api-0.1.2, gcc-2.95.2, binutils-2.9.1), I try to run ./Configure in
the mingw32-cpd-0.2.4 folder. It gives me syntax error at line 72 of the
Configure file. I removed the keyword "function" from in-front of the
function names, and then at least it continues with the configuration - I
don't know if this is right.
2. Once I get configure started, it tries to patch gcc, but fails to patch
around the end of the gcc-2.95.2.diff patch file, i.e., around the
@@ -53,3 +54,4 @@
3. If I ignore the above error, and finish configuring, then I run "make
install", it proceeds until some point, but then is unable to find cpp.texi
in the gcc-2.95.2/gcc folder. I don't understand why it is unable to find
this file, because I can see it in the above folder.
I have been trying to compile gnupg sources for more than a week now, and
getting into one problem after another. Any help will be greatly
Werner Koch wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2000, Asish Law wrote:
> > I am trying to compile gnupg on Windows NT 4.0 using Cygwin. Follwing
> > While making, it errors when trying to compile rndunix.c in the cipher
> You have to use the rndw32.c thing. You may have to modify the source
> to accomplish this. My suggestion is to use the mingw32/cpd system;
> see doc/README.W32
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