Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/10/14/04:46:13

From: mert0407 AT sable DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk (George Foot)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Need Help! (Apology for not sending sys info! )
Date: 13 Oct 1997 19:19:08 GMT
Organization: Oxford University, England
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References: <3441C38A DOT 3B79 AT swbell DOT net>
To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
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On Sun, 12 Oct 1997 23:48:25 -0700 in comp.os.msdos.djgpp quintero AT swbell DOT net

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: DJGPP=e:/djgpp/djgpp.env

That doesn't match up; your PATH suggests that djgpp is installed in the e:\dj
directory, while the DJGPP environment variable points to the e:\djgpp

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: set djgpptmp=e:
: set djgpprun=e:
: set DJGPP=%djgpprun%\DJ\DJGPP.ENV
: set PATH=%djgpprun%\DJ\BIN;%PATH%
: call setdjgpp %djgpprun%\djgpp %djgpprun%/djgpp

... and there's the reason. First you're setting your PATH and DJGPP variables
to use e:\dj, and then you're calling setdjgpp to use e:\djgpp. The call to
setdjgpp is redundant, since all it does is set your DJGPP variable (it used
to do a bit more...). So, remove that line (`call setdjgpp...'), and try

The RHIDE bug report fits in with the above diagnosis.

George Foot <mert0407 AT sable DOT ox DOT ac DOT uk>
Merton College, Oxford

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