|Bill Allombert on Mon, 10 Mar 2003 22:32:02 +0100|
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|Re: Question on compiling...|
On Sun, Mar 09, 2003 at 06:48:53PM -0600, David Cleaver wrote: > Hello all, > > Recently a friend of mine asked if I could compile pari-2.2.5 into a > windows executable. I thought I could and set out on the task. I > already had egcs and mingw installed on my system and read through all > the readme's and went out and installed the full cygwin and tex and dvi > software packages. > > Now, the "./configure" runs to completion but none of "make gp" or "make > install" or "make bench" get very far. I was wondering if someone might > be able to tell me what I might be doing wrong [besides not compiling in > linux ;) ] > > The output from "make gp" is: > Making gp in Ocygwin- This is very suspect: it should be Ocygwin-i686. The best bet is that config/arch-osname fail to report your architecture properly. config/arch-osname read cygwin*) arch=$HOSTTYPE; osname=cygwin;; So maybe try to set the environment variable HOSTTYPE to i686 or what is appropriate. We cannot really help you without the output of ./Configure Cheers, Bill.