Re: gcc-3.4 build failure on hurd-i386
How about making gcc's configure test smart so that when you do
"--prefix=" (the normal way to configure any program for the GNU
system) it looks for headers in /include /local, and if you do
--prefix=/usr (as Debian does) it would look for the files in
This is the right thing IMHO, it removes the hardcoded bit and makes
it work as it should on both GNU and Debian GNU/Hurd (and GNU/Linux
for that matter).
I guess a simple patch would be to have the file that contains the
/include bit to be autogenerated based on $includedir from autoconf.