On 07/10/2012 11:57 AM, Darrell Anderson wrote: > Does Arch create such a sym link in /lib/cpp? My guess is something changed > in the Arch build script with gcc that no longer creates that sym link or > no longer installs cpp to /lib/cpp. > Yes, the change for arch is from /lib to /usr/lib, though I haven't found the specifics for cpp. My guess at this point is that a sym link isn't being made. > I suppose this could be better. That is, the glibc people could add a third > define statement. The gcc people could update their make files to install > cpp to /lib/cpp rather than /usr/bin/cpp. I don't know why packagers have > to adjust for either but that seems to be the case at the moment. > > In the end, I think the bug might not be our problem. Check with the Arch > people who build gcc and find out why cpp is not built to install to > /lib/cpp or why a sym link from /lib/cpp -> /usr/bin/cpp is not created in > the package. > > Darrell I'm checking all ends -- if it isn't a whacky path in tdebase, I'll report back and close the report. I haven't had the couple of hours needed to pick through this line-by-line yet. I'll hopefully get some time tonight. Nothing like having 3 kids between 7 and 13 to make that evaporate though :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.