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Porting to Win2k: ./configure failed

From: "JJAR" <jjarcore(at)eresmas(dot)com>
To: <pgsql-ports(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Porting to Win2k: ./configure failed
Date: 2000-12-29 17:12:11
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	Hi everyone,

	I have followed KevinLo's instructions to port PostgreSQL 7.0.3 to Windows
2000, but when I type "./configure" I have the following command line

	$ ./configure
	loading cache ./config.cache
	checking host system type... i686-pc-cygwin
	checking echo setting...
	checking setting template to... cygwin32
	configure: warning: *** Include directory /usr/local/include does not
	checking whether to support locale... disabled
	checking whether to support cyrillic recode... disabled
	checking whether to support multibyte... disabled
	checking setting DEF_PGPORT... 5432
	checking setting DEF_MAXBACKENDS... 32
	checking setting USE_TCL... disabled
	checking setting USE_PERL... disabled
	checking setting USE_ODBC... disabled
	checking setproctitle... disabled
	checking setting ASSERT CHECKING... disabled
	checking for gcc... gcc
	checking whether the C compiler (gcc -O2 ) works... no
	configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C compiler cannot
create executables.

	I know:

		- "gcc" is there:

			$ gcc --version

		- the directories /usr/local/pgsql/{bin,include,lib,data} are there:

			administrador(at)orgsch /usr/local/pgsql
			$ ls
			bin  data  include  lib

		(- and the truth is out there too ;) )

	I don't known what's wrong, probably a nonsense but I have been watching
configure files and don't how to fix the problem (haven't worked with this
tool before).

	Little help would be appreciated.
	Thanks for your time.

	Juan José Amezcua Ramón (Juan Jose Amezcua Ramon)


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