newbie questions!

Arsha arsha.midi at
Sat Aug 15 00:09:00 CEST 2009

>> On 14 Aug 2009 at 12:58, Maurice Lombardi wrote:

> cpp0.exe was present in the same directory as cc1.exe (put there by the
> gcc compiler), up to gcc 3.2.3: it was
> c:\mingw\lib\gcc-lib\mingw32\3.2.3. Starting with gcc 3.4.5 the
> organisation of the directories was changed: cc1.exe is in the directory
> C:\MinGW\libexec\gcc\mingw32\3.4.5 and cpp0.exe disappeared. This is a
> gcc problem I am not familiar with, and I do not know whether it is
> possible to produce cpp0 by some option in compiling the gcc compiler,
> replace cpp0.exe by something like cpp.exe (which exists in
> c:\mingw\bin) with some option, or to change  altogether the program
> which calls cpp0.exe

>> I think I may have found something - the gcc driver is not the correct 
>> version. 

>> Best regards, The Chief


I copied the "gcc.exe" of my Code::Block installation into the bin directory
of Dev-Pas IDE, Now everything works.

Regards, Arsha

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