It looks like Tom is correct.
I added the directory tree to an exclude list of Microsoft Security
ran `configure` without any flags and it completed successfully this time.
Thank you both for your time and expertise,
On 1/18/2016 11:23 AM, Igal @ Lucee.org wrote:
On 1/18/2016 11:09 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
Thank you both for looking into this. The only A/V-type software that
I have running is the "Microsoft Security Essentials".
Robert Haas <robertmh...@gmail.com> writes:
I do not think configure pays attention to mere warnings for this
type of test. The real problem here seems to be the "permission
denied" errors, which to me reek of broken Windows antivirus
software. (As far as I'm aware, the word "broken" is redundant in
The relevant portion of config.log seems to be this:
I did not make any changes other than adding the compiler flags
between those two runs (nor afterwards).
Most likely, it's pure chance that a retry worked. Or if it's
I'm a little confused as to why -Wno-cpp fixes any of that, though.
maybe no-cpp changes the compiler's file access patterns enough that
there's no longer a false trip of the AV check.
Short answer is that I wonder how much of the OP's multiple problems
are being caused by AV bugs.
The reason that I decided to try to add the -Wno-error flag was that I
searched the net for the error message, and found this
thread from 4 years ago:
-- which showed
a similar error message and a play of the compiler flags.
I will try to run both forms again and report whether it is repeatable.
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