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mingw-get package missing dependencies

dhoyt
I believe msys-gettext (or whatever package msgfmt.exe is in) or one of its dependencies is missing a declared dependency on libgomp and libstdc++. When I create an msys setup without gcc (I use one I compiled myself), those dependencies aren't pulled in and don't exist. Presumably this wasn't discovered because most folks using msys/mingw are also using the supplied gcc. The following are the packages I typically use to setup my msys/mingw environment:


msys-autoconf     msys-autogen      msys-automake     msys-bash         msys-binutils
msys-bison        msys-bzip2        msys-console      msys-core         msys-coreutils
msys-crypt        msys-cvs          msys-cygutils     msys-dash         msys-diffutils
msys-expat        msys-file         msys-flex         msys-gawk         msys-locate
msys-gdbm         msys-gettext      msys-gmp          msys-grep         msys-groff
msys-guile        msys-gzip         msys-inetutils    msys-less         msys-libarchive
msys-libiconv     msys-libtool      msys-libxml2      msys-lndir        msys-lpr-enhanced
msys-m4           msys-make         msys-man          msys-minires      msys-mintty
msys-mktemp       msys-openssh      msys-openssl      msys-patch        msys-zlib
msys-popt         msys-rebase       msys-regex        msys-rxvt         msys-sed
msys-tar          msys-termcap      msys-texinfo      msys-unzip        msys-vim
msys-wget         msys-xz           msys-zip          msys-autogen      msys-findutils
msys-perl        

mingw32-autotools mingw32-make      mingw32-gdb       mingw32-bsdtar    mingw32-gendef
mingw-get


I had to add libgomp and libstdc++ to get it to work.

Cheers,
- David Hoyt

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Re: mingw-get package missing dependencies

Charles Wilson-2
On 11/8/2011 2:15 PM, Hoyt, David wrote:
> I believe msys-gettext (or whatever package msgfmt.exe is in) or one
> of its dependencies is missing a declared dependency on libgomp and
> libstdc++. When I create an msys setup without gcc (I use one I compiled
> myself), those dependencies aren't pulled in and don't exist. Presumably
> this wasn't discovered because most folks using msys/mingw are also
> using the supplied gcc. The following are the packages I typically use
> to setup my msys/mingw environment:
...
> I had to add libgomp and libstdc++ to get it to work.

Yep, that's a bug in the manifest. gettext-dev should depend on
libstdc++, because all of those .exe's are linked using C++ as part of
Bruno's WOE32 build procedure (the .exe's in gettext-bin are not linked
that way).  Also, msgmerge.exe -- but none of the other tools --
requires libgomp.

Thanks for the report.

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Chuck

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