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Re: First cut of PowerPC support in NPTL



On Fri, Mar 07, 2003 at 03:08:34PM -0800, Ulrich Drepper wrote:
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> Ian Wienand wrote:
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> > ianw tartufi:/usr/src/ianw/libc/nptl$ gcc-snap -DDEFINE="part1 part2 part3"
> > gcc: part2: No such file or directory
> > gcc: part3: No such file or directory
> > gcc: no input files
> 
> This doesn't look at all like a gcc problem.
> 
> Run strace gcc-snap -DDEFINE="a b c" somefile.c.  The very first line
> should be something like
> 
> execve("/usr/bin/gcc", ["gcc-snap", "-DDEFINE=a b c"], [....]) = 0
> 
> Note the second parameter.  If this is not the case for you it's a shell
> problem.  I very much doubt that the gcc driver is taking the  -D
> parameter and splits it so that it can use parts of it as input file
> names.  If it does some DOS-style in-program argument parsing
> incorrectly spilled over to the Unix side.  Very unlikely.

Yeah, my bet is gcc-snap is some shell script which adds -B argument
to xgcc and doesn't use "$@" as it should.
Certainly -DDEFINE="part1 part2 part3" works just fine on gcc trunk
for me.

	Jakub





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