when trying to run ellcc ecc against gcc, gcc works fine and produces output code and elcc gives an error..
[marty@localhost home]$ gcc echo.c -o echo -Wall -std=c99
[marty@localhost home]$ ./echo
[marty@localhost home]$ rm /home/echo
[marty@localhost home]$ ecc echo.c -o -Wall -std=c99
In file included from echo.c:1:
/usr/include/stdio.h:33:11: fatal error: ‘stddef.h’ file not found
# include <stddef.h>
1 error generated.
Is this a Bug or do I need to update something ??
THANK YOU Marty
Thank You for Your Answer, I will try it just as You have it and report back..
I did go to the Fedora forum and they helped me find stddef.h which I coppied to the user file and the next problem, which was finding stdarg.h … and they got that straightened out as well..
Then came a whole slew of errors, so, I will try your suggestion before copying that output to this forum..
I forgot to say in my last posting.. I have Fedora 20 on an I7 machine, which is x86-64..
Yes, that Works !!!!!
What I am wondering is, which option fixed it.. The -std=c99 OR the Target option ?? I can try Both, and see which or if both are needed.. I also need to report back to the Fedora forum, once I find out what works and what doesn’t..