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[bug #31361] MinGW make inexplicably invokes as.exe

From: Adam J Richardson
Subject: [bug #31361] MinGW make inexplicably invokes as.exe
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 15:40:51 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #9, bug #31361 (project make):

Drilling deeper into this, I see cc1plus.exe is silently giving me errors
even though I specified "-v".

cc1plus.exe: error: argument to "-gdwarf-" should be a non-negative integer

Hmm. Must be referring to "-gdwarf-2", which is a perfectly valid compiler
option. Looks like it's not chopping up the command line properly. Also we

0: error: bad value (i686-auxbase-strip) for -march= switch

Now, what on earth is that all about? I haven't specified "-march". Here it
is though, in the arguments passed to cc1plus, "-march=i686".

So g++.exe and cc1plus.exe are broken? Humm. It's possible I have a bad MinGW
install. I did update it fairly recently. I'll take the "nuke it from orbit"
option and reinstall the whole MinGW package, see if that fixes things.


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