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Re: ccc install


sincerely, I have found installing ccc with alien and dpkg easier than
using apt-get. After spending hours hunting for the right versions, I
ended up downloading the latest versions from the HP web site and trying
my luck with alien -c. The only package that made some trouble was ccc,
as it was trying to do some cleanup work after previous installs. I had
none, as it was a fresh woody and it failed.

You can find the summary of my ccc 'experience' at 


Good luck!

On Thu, May 08, 2003 at 01:59:19PM -0400, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> Richard Fillion wrote:
> >I installed ccc on my box to see if i could get better performance out
> >of some apps with it instead of gcc.  I followed these instructions :
> >
> >http://www.geocrawler.com/archives/3/241/2001/3/0/5451555/
> >
> This is ancient, you can now "apt-get install ccc" and follow the 
> instructions so its script installs the ccc RPM "properly".
> >And ccc now runs, but i cant compile anything. 
> >
> >rick@pwsrhix:~/dev/C$ cat helloworld.c 
> >  #include <stdio.h>
> >  main(){
> >       printf("Hello World\n");
> >  }
> >rick@pwsrhix:~/dev/C$ ccc helloworld.c -o helloworld
> >cc: Severe: /usr/include/stdio.h, line 34: Cannot find file <stddef.h>
> >specified in #include directive. (noinclfilef)
> ># include <stddef.h>
> >--^
> >
> I haven't seen this problem, but YMMV.
> Note that I can't get cxx to work in unstable, but that shouldn't affect 
> ccc.
> Please let me know if uninstalling the aliened rpm and reinstalling via 
> the .deb works.
> Thanks,
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