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Tue, 23 Oct 2012 11:49:32 -0700
Thank you. A little while ago I sent an email off to libtool because
the actual command name was not set into a variable.
The command that failed was:
and the command trace leading up to it was:
> >lt-func_mode_compile> func_to_tool_file alloc.c func_convert_file_msys_to_w32
> >lt-func_to_tool_file> set -x
> >lt-func_to_tool_file> case ,$2, in
> >lt-func_to_tool_file> alloc.c
> ./libtool: line 2088: ./alloc.c: Permission denied
(where PS4 has been set to: '>lt-$FUNCNAME> ')
$to_tool_file_cmd should be a shell function that converts
"alloc.c" into a host file name appropriate for the transform tool.
In other words, a lot of rigmarole for converting "alloc.c" into "alloc.c".
- bdwgc, Bruce Korb, 2012/10/23