Yes, it fails with exit "Error: The input line is too long". I was going
to look into this a bit more but the real world is calling quite loudly
at the moment. Is there anybody who has successfully built fgfs under
mingw32? And does anybody know what I need to do to cull the UIUC and
LARCsim files from the codebase in order to reduce the input length?
PS: I can't really give you much hard data until sometime later this
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Ross [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: 19 April 2004 21:07
> To: FlightGear developers discussions
> Subject: Re: [Flightgear-devel] Building FlightGear / getting some
> Giles Robertson wrote:
> > Not that I've noticed. It would be useful for mingw32. I've tried
> > building on that, and it compiles fine, but the linker fails because
> > the input is too long ;).
> The linker fails with long file lists? That sounds odd -- this is the
> same linker used in Linux, and it's always been quite robust in my
> experience. Are you sure you aren't simply running out of memory or
> swap? The final fgfs link is definitely memory-intensive.
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