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Re: libintl can't be found

From: Tabitha McNerney
Subject: Re: libintl can't be found
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 12:50:00 -1000

Hi Yves - I looked up gettext and what it means. If I take away
gettext from gcc 3.3.5 it probably won't be the end of the world since
its used only for building GNUstep and I can use gcc 3.3 with gettext
or 4.0 for other programs. I will try gcc 3.3.5 without gettext.


On 4/12/05, Yves de Champlain <address@hidden> wrote:
> Le 05-04-12, à 14:06, Tabitha McNerney a écrit :
> > Hi guys,
> >
> > I'm building a second machine for my boss with GNUstep cause he liked
> > what he saw when I showed him my first one on my powerbook. I thought
> > I took immaculate notes on my las built out but maybe not. I am trying
> > to build gcc 3.3.5 and when I do so I get this error when performing
> > "make bootstrap"
> >
> > /usr/bin/ld: can't locate file for: -lintl
> the actual build command would maybe tell a bit more about this.
> If you do not particulary care for gettext support in gcc, you can also
> use --disable-nls configure argument
> yves

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