kris at obsecurity.org
Thu Feb 26 21:36:09 PST 2004
On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 09:31:34PM -0800, Randy Jordan wrote:
> I am new t oFreeBSD and I am trying to install a program but, every time I
> do gmake I get the following error
> gmake TAGS
> Makefile.defs:421: Old gcc detected (2.9x), use gcc >= 3.1 for better
> ctags -R .
> ctags: illegal option -- R
> usage: ctags [-BFadtuwvx] [-f tagsfile] file ...
> gmake: *** [TAGS] Error 1
> I try to update gcc by making the files at /usr/ports/lang/gcc32 and then I
> do gcc -v and it still shows I am using gcc ver 2.95
The port doesn't replace the system compiler. The gcc32 port installs
compiler binaries called gcc32 and g++32, which you can instruct the
software makefile to use by setting the appropriate variable (usually
CC and CXX).
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