박신환 | 26 Jun 07:45 2016

The Installation Manager freezes when I mark for upgrade something.

Hi, my name is Dannyu NDos.

The title is the problem.

This only occurs when I mark for upgrade the GNU C Compiler or the GNU C++ Compiler.

I've already installed some packages, namely, mingw-developer-toolkit, mingw32-base, msys-base, and old version of mingw32-gcc-g++.

The OS is Windows 10 Pro x64, and the processor is Intel Core i7-2670QM. 

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ralph engels | 25 Jun 20:20 2016
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new thread library aimed at c++11 and later development.

A new thread library named mcfgthread, which probably will be a 
replacement for the various windows versions of pthread's we use 
nowadays is in develoment.

The code was donated to the FCF and might be added to the gcc sources at 
some point. It's about 10 times faster than winpthreads and uses native 
windows TLS functions but has not yet been tested on windows XP, so if 
anyone here still uses it the developer would like to know if it works 
when bootstrapping gcc.

Sadly it does not support OS older than XP because the native TLS 
functions are not present  in those.

So if anyone would like to try out a gcc bootstrap on XP he would be 
happy to hear about bugs or the lack thereof :)

the thread library can be downloaded from github here 
https://github.com/lhmouse/mcfgthread you also need a small patch to 
enable support for this thread library which he can gice you.

atm the objc library cannot be built with this thread library because 
objc uses its own wrappers which are not yet ported to use mcfgthread, 
any one who could help in that regard are also welcome to pitch in.

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RAPPAZ Francois | 22 Jun 08:14 2016
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dmake : how to redirect output

dmake -V is
dmake - Version 4.12 (Windows / MinGW)
Copyright (c) 1990,...,1997 by WTI Corp.

Default Configuration:
        MAXLINELENGTH := 32766
        MAXPROCESSLIMIT := 64
        .IMPORT .IGNORE: DMAKEROOT
        .MAKEFILES : makefile.mk makefile
        .SOURCE    : .NULL
        DMAKEROOT *= $(ABSMAKECMD:d)startup
        MAKESTARTUP := $(DMAKEROOT)\startup.mk

>From this page http://www.openoffice.org/tools/dmake/dmake_4.3.html it seems that there is a -C
option that would redirect dmake's output on a file.

I would like to do that on my pc, but without success: dmake > out.txt does not work (and I don't see the C option
in the usage given by dmake -h). In that redirection possible ?

Thanks

François

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RAPPAZ Francois | 21 Jun 11:34 2016
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Re: Help with perl + pkg-config + msys2

I renamed my libwinpthread-1.dll (51 KB) and put yours (78 KB) in C:\strawberry\perl\bin

Now the message from the Msgbox is: 

The procedure entry point __gxx_personality_v0 could not be located in the dynamic link library
libstdc++-6.dll. 

Someone on the gtk-perl list point me to this page
https://project-renard.github.io/doc/development/meeting-log/posts/2016/05/03/windows-build-with-msys2/

and this morning it seems that this command
perl Makefile.pl INC="-IC:/strawberry/c/include/freetype2 -IC:/msys64/mingw32/include/cairo
-IC:/msys64/mingw32/include -I. -I./build" LIBS=":nosearch -Lc:/msys64/mingw32/lib -lcairo" verbose

works without copying the *.dll.a on *.a in the c:/msys64/mingw32/lib folder. I tried it last week without
success... and this morning it works...

François

> -----Original Message-----
> From: sisyphus1@... [mailto:sisyphus1@...]
> Sent: mardi, 21. juin 2016 11:04
> To: RAPPAZ Francois
> Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] Help with perl + pkg-config + msys2
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: RAPPAZ Francois
> Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2016 4:06 PM
> To: sisyphus1@...
> Subject: RE: [Mingw-users] Help with perl + pkg-config + msys2
> 
> > Thanks a lot
> >
> > Note: I have two perl tree folders set up 5.20 and 5.24 (in
> > c:/strawberry_520 and c:/strawberry_524) and I switch to the one I
> > want to use with renaming the top folder to c:/strawberry
> 
> Do they both output "MSWin32-x86-multi-thread-64int" for "perl -
> V:archname"
> ?
> (My libwinpthread-1.dll will only work with perls whose archname
> matches "x86" - though I could also provide one that will work with
> perls whose archname matches "x64").
> 
> The following may not work, but it's worth a try - and there might be
> other things we can do if it doesn't work.
> 
> Grab http://www.sisyphusion.tk/scratch/libwinpthread-1.dll and put it
> somewhere in your path ahead of strawberry/c/bin (which is the location
> of strawberry's libwinpthread-1.dll).
> 
> Then see how it goes ...
> 
> You could also try overwriting strawberry/c/bin/libwinpthread-1.dll
> with the one I've provided (which comes from gcc-5.3.0) ... but make
> sure you keep a backup of the original handy. (In such a case I would
> just rename the original to something like libwinpthread-1.dll_orig.)
> 
> Cheers,
> Rob
> 

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Robert Miles | 21 Jun 05:46 2016
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Re: Subject: Re: DLL Build issue

The mangling C++ uses is not specified by the C++ standard, and is 
therefore almost always specific to the C++ compiler that was used.  
Expect the pre-compiled binary symbol names to be compatible with GCC 
only if the compiler used to pre-compile them was GCC.

Therefore, any utility for de-mangling them must also be specific to the 
compiler used, and therefore seldom available from any source other than 
the same source as the compiler (the one used for pre-compiling here).

You probably need to ask the group providing the pre-compiled binary 
which compiler was used to compile it.

Robert Miles
> Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 18:25:00 -0400
> From: Robert Cavanaugh <osianfion@...>
> Subject: [Mingw-users] Subject: Re:  DLL Build issues
>
> Hi,
> Wanted to report progress and request some additional expertise.
> Taking into account all comments to date
>   (thank you all) I have made the following changes to the link command line:
> (new lines inserted to conform to mailing list width request)
[snip]
> Therefore I need to repeat a previous question: Am I now running into a situation
> where the pre-compiled binary symbol names are not compatible with GCC?
>
>
> Is there a utility like nm that can generate a de-mangled equivalent library file?
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
>
> Bob Cavanaugh

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Robert Cavanaugh | 21 Jun 00:25 2016
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Subject: Re: DLL Build issues

Hi,
Wanted to report progress and request some additional expertise. 
Taking into account all comments to date
 (thank you all) I have made the following changes to the link command line:
(new lines inserted to conform to mailing list width request)

gcc -shared -g -shared-libgcc  -Wl,--compat-implib -Wl,--out-implib,millisec.lib  
--enable-auto-import --enable-runtime-pseudo-reloc --enable-extra-pe-debug 
-Wl,--no-demangle  millisec.o -L/c/mingw/lib -L/c/mingw/mingw32/lib -L 
-L/c/mingw/x86_64-w64-mingw32/lib -L/usr/local/lib -L/usr/lib -L.  
-L../..  -L../../../armulif/armulif.b/intelrel -L../../../rdi/rditools.b/intelrel 
-L../../../clx/clx.b/intelrel -Wl,--start-group -lclx -larmulif -lrditools -lsordi -Wl,--end-group  -o millisec.dll

(Note that I am using --start-group and --end-group to get the linker to search the archive files as
needed.) I made the library names gcc-friendly by copying them into the conventional format,
e.g. cp armulif.lib libarmulif.a
I expanded the library search path, maybe too much?
I also needed to change the link order to have my object file come before the library
to force it to link the data in the library. Below is the current output:

Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: .drectve `-defaultlib:uuid.lib ' unrecognized
Warning: .drectve `-defaultlib:uuid.lib ' unrecognized
Warning: .drectve `-defaultlib:MSVCRT ' unrecognized
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Warning: corrupt .drectve at end of def file
Cannot export ??_C <at> _00A <at> ?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _01FAJB <at> ?$DL?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _01PCFE <at> ?2?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02DILL <at> ?$CFs?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02EEBO <at> HI?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02HAKO <at> ON?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02MECO <at> ?$CFd?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02MMJD <at> NO?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _02OBMG <at> LO?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03CMJG <at> OFF?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03FOIC <at> BUS?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03HDMP <at> YES?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03HKLE <at> LOW?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03JFOM <at> ?$CFld?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03JGAL <at> ?$CFlu?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _03MCHI <at> ?$CFlx?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04DJE <at> HIGH?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04JHGF <at> BASE?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04LDGC <at> FCLK?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04LNAG <at> TRUE?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04LNMG <at> PATH?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04NEFN <at> SIZE?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04OMIB <at> MASK?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _04PGAE <at> MCLK?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05DGID <at> CLOCK?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05ENFD <at> MCCFG?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05JBCJ <at> META_?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05KEJO <at> ?$CFs?2?$CFs?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05KNAP <at> RANGE?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05LLOB <at> FALSE?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05OGKG <at> ?$CFs?4?$CFs?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _05OHCF <at> HASPU?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _06FCPC <at> HASMMU?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _06NMBN <at> ARMLIB?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _07MNHB <at> ?$CFlu?0?$CFlu?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _08CLID <at> EMULATED?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _08KPFC <at> ?$CFs?2?$CFs?4?$CFs?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _08LAHB <at> HASTCRAM?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _08PCNK <at> CPUSPEED?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _0BB <at> EBJD <at> DEFAULT_CPUSPEED?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _0BD <at> POD <at> TARGET_CONSOLE_POS?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _0BG <at> DABO <at> TARGET_CONSOLE_MAXPOS?$AA <at> : symbol not found
Cannot export ??_C <at> _0DO <at> INCM <at> Range?3Mask?5?$CI?$CF08lx?$CJ?5has?5zeros?5whi <at> : symbol not found
c:/mingw/bin/../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.8.1/crtbegin.o:cygming-crtbegin.c:(.text+0x13): undefined reference to `___register_frame_info'
c:/mingw/bin/../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.8.1/crtbegin.o:cygming-crtbegin.c:(.text+0xa3): undefined reference to `___deregister_frame_info'
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [millisec.dll] Error 1

Running some of the symbols through c++filt had no effect. 
I added "--no-demangle" to the command line in an
attempt to resolve the export error messages. The same errors occur regardless
of whether that switch is present.
Therefore I need to repeat a previous question: Am I now running into a situation
where the pre-compiled binary symbol names are not compatible with GCC?

Is there a utility like nm that can generate a de-mangled equivalent library file?

Thanks,


Bob Cavanaugh

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Robert Cavanaugh | 17 Jun 20:56 2016
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Re: Dll Build Issue

Earnie wrote
You don't need import libraries to link to a binary only distributed
library. You can link directly to the DLL itself.
The libraries mentioned are not DLLs, they are statics. 
Does that change your statement above? 

| Sometimes you have to specify the object more than once on the
| link commands in order to manage scenario of Object A depends on Object
| B that depends on Object A. Visual Studio tends to help with that issue
| by doing multiple passes of the objects in the statement which confuses
| the issue.

Ah, that makes sense. Appreciate the insight. 
I re-read the GNU documentation and realized 
I misinterpreted the --library section

One item I am confused about; if I do not include '--library' and substitute '-l' the 
compilation stops with ld reporting it "cannot find" the library with "-l" prepended to 
the literal path. Adding "-Wl," has no effect. Removing the explicit path and 
relying on the '-L' search paths is ignored as well.

|Other mail list etiquette issues you have:
|* your mail lines need to wrap to no more than 75 characters per line.
|* you started a new thread rather than continuing the thread you began
|earlier.

Apologies, the last submission was done with my Kindle and 
clearly its mail client has some issues. I thought I was responding
to the original thread.
If this message is acceptable I will continue to use this client or if not, go to T-bird

Thanks
Bob Cavanaugh

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Domonic Tom | 17 Jun 11:51 2016
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Mingw64 & include directory?

I have installed Mingw64 on my PC.  Recently I found a problem.

I built a gui toolkit called Fast Light Tool Kit (FLTK) and my build environment directories (using MSYS) was structured as:

c:/minw/include    & c:/mingw/lib



The problem started when I included the math.h file in my project   #include <math.h>


FLTK contains a math.h file which refers to usr/include/math.h which then directs my compiler to find the math.h file in the designated include directory c:/mingw/include...   But this is not what happens.


My math.h c++ header is actually located in the lib directory?? 

C:\mingw\lib\gcc\x86_64-w64-mingw32\5.1.0\include\c++\tr1


Because of this, the compiler cannot find the file it is being directed to via the FLTK math.h file.  

I thought the MSYS build system is supposed to emulate a linux build environment on Windows.  


I'm not sure if it is something I've done wrong,,, or,, is this problem unique to Mingw64?   How do I fix this?


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Robert Cavanaugh | 17 Jun 10:04 2016
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Re: Dll Build Issue

Keith,
Taking your advice, I searched the archives and found a thread that claimed some libraries built under
Visual Studio will not work under mingw due to differences in mangling. The respondent advised the poster
to recompile the library sources under mingw 32. Could this be the issue? The libraries armulif and clx are
supplied in binary form. I understand your point regarding linking order, that was my first thought, but I
think I followed the dependency tree accurately.
Your point about --library is noted, I used it as the error messages seemed to originate from ld.

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