Tom Lane writes:
> "Marek Bobrowski" <marek(at)indy(dot)chemia(dot)pk(dot)edu(dot)pl> writes:
> > gcc -I../../../include -I../../../backend -U_NO_XOPEN4 -woff
> > 1164,1171,1185,1195,1552 -Wl,-woff,15 -Wl,-w,84 -Wall
> > -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations -I../.. -c
> > indextuple.c -o indextuple.o
> > gcc: 1164,1171,1185,1195,1552: No such file or directory
> > gcc: unrecognized option `-woff'
> > gmake: *** [indextuple.o] Error 1
> Wow. Where did all that cruft come from? The "-U_NO_XOPEN4 -woff
> 1164,1171,1185,1195,1552 -Wl,-woff,15 -Wl,-w,84" should not be there.
> Do you perhaps have CFLAGS or CPPFLAGS set in your environment?
Those are set in Makefile.irix5. They were appropriate for the native
compiler, a different configuration is needed for gcc.
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