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From: "Parker, Ron" <rdparker AT butlermfg DOT org>
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Subject: File missing in net preview?
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 16:18:32 -0600
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After reinstalling from scratch of off the updated net preview files, I
still have a /usr/i686-cygwin/{include,lib} that contain the includes and
libs needed by gcc. This is requiring me to set the .*_PATH environment
variables in order to compile. So I decided to rebuild everything from
scratch for myself with "configure --prefix=/usr i686-pc-cygwin". When I
make gdb, I get the following at the tail of my output.

gcc -c -g -O2     -I. -I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb
-I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/config -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
-I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/../include/opcode
-I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/../readline/.. -I../bfd
-I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/../bfd  -I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/../include
-I../intl -I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/../intl -I/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/tui
-DGDBTK   /home/gdb-20000127/gdb/win32-nat.c
/home/gdb-20000127/gdb/win32-nat.c:43: imagehlp.h: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [win32-nat.o] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/obj/gdb/gdb'
make: *** [all-gdb] Error 2

Plainly there is no imagehlp.h in the distribution. Should there be, is
there a missing define I should use to avoid this, or is GDB not rebuildable
from the net release?

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