I get an error when doing ./contrib/download_ecj
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230 Anonymous login ok, restrictions apply.
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.
250 CWD command successful
200 Type set to I
local: ecj-latest.jar remote: ecj-latest.jar
421 Service not available, remote server has closed connection
mv: cannot stat `ecj-latest.jar': No such file or directory
This might be due to very restrictive firewall settings... so I'll
download ecj-latest.jar and put it in the gcc source tree as ecj.jar
and redo the configure ; make ; make install process...
2009/4/20 Andrew Haley <aph@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> David Michel wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> Thanks a lot for this link!
>> Do I have to rename the ecj-4.3.jar to ecj.jar to be recognised ?
> ecj1 is a script that looks like this:
> gij -cp <somepath>/ecj.jar \
> org.eclipse.jdt.internal.compiler.batch.GCCMain \
>> what do you mean exactly by "topmost source tree" ? Is
>> ~/gcc-4_4-branch (i.e. the main folder created by the the svn checkout
>> command) OK ?
>> How can I make sure that the ./configure script has "found" it ?
> Go into the top of the gcc source tree and type