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[Resolved] Cannot Build wxWidgets Libraries Anymore With GCC

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Frank_CB:
A couple weeks ago, I realized that all my wxWidgets libraries for GNU/GCC up to that point were 64-bit I believe that was causing any attempts to build 32-bit C::Bs to be failures.

Now, I am unable to build any GNU/GCC libraries on a 64-bit Windows 10 platform. I get RSP files rather than DLL files. This happens for wxWidgets-3.2.1 also. Any ideas why?

Regards  :)

ollydbg:

--- Quote ---Now, I am unable to build any GNU/GCC libraries on a 64-bit Windows 10 platform.
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I don't know what are the steps you tried, and please show more details.

Frank_CB:
@ollydbg: Thanks for your comment.

It appears that either mingw32-make.exe or makefile.gcc is exiting prematurely without any error message.

I've used the following command:  mingw32-make.exe -f makefile.gcc CFG=64 BUILD=Release SHARED=1 MONOLITHIC=1 >out10 2>err10 at a command prompt for awhile (years) without any problems.

Now I would end-up with approximately 15 subroutines and wxmsw32u_gcc_custom.dll.rsp in the gcc_dll64 library. This last file is usually a dll of approx.27,000+Kb is size, but now is only 25+Kb. There also is usually a second dll file.

Regards

ollydbg:
My guess is your PATH is polluted. You may have to clean your PATH first. Maybe, you have to reinstall a new GCC compiler suite.

Frank_CB:
@ollydbg:
WHERE says mingw32-make.exe is where it's suppose to be, and that it is the only one.  I'll reinstall  the GCC suite and try again.

Regards

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