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Well, checking twice, I'm not sure it's even related because cc1.exe is outside of the PATH's anyway. Also, when the dev-tools page says only that one path is required, I doubt it makes a difference... however, that's how it works here smile.


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No way.
I tried what you have suggested and I try re-installing tools but it fails with the same error.
I will stick to the old tool for now until I have more time to investigate.
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I am having essentially the same error that bobz is reporting on a WinXP system. Downloaded the mingw-mame-w32-20120807.exe package and installed it.

Now every time anything gets compiled there is a cc1plus.exe error which stops the process. However, an .o file is created and the next attempt at make proceeds to the next .c file.

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
The -Wno-narrowing means a non-MAMEdev GCC 4.7.0 or later is in the $(PATH), and at that point all other errors are to be ignored.


Or it means you're on linux with a gentoo-stable version of the compiler:
gcc version 4.5.3 (Gentoo 4.5.3-r2 p1.1, pie-0.4.7)

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Originally Posted By Robert Gault
I am having essentially the same error that bobz is reporting on a WinXP system. Downloaded the mingw-mame-w32-20120807.exe package and installed it.

Asked differently: is there anyone having success with the new tools on WinXP x86?

On Windows 7 x64 they work fine.


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I am having essentially the same error that bobz is reporting on a WinXP system. Downloaded the mingw-mame-w32-20120807.exe package and installed it.

Asked differently: is there anyone having success with the new tools on WinXP x86?

On Windows 7 x64 they work fine.


Not tested yet.

For MESS I still use GCC 4.4.7 on my WinXP SP3 32-bit OS.

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Weren't you already using the "RC version" of the new tools successfully? When those work, the actual new tools should work as well.


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Weren't you already using the "RC version" of the new tools successfully? When those work, the actual new tools should work as well.


No, after installing the unofficial GCC 4.6 and Qt 4.8.1 to compile QCHDman I tried to compile MESS too and I got a cc1.exe: internal compiler error.
I think I told you or Micko this already in the past.

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Oh, then you'll get the same issue with the official new tools, I suppose... no, I wasn't aware.


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As Anna said, the last official tool that works for me with WinXP SP3 32-bit, is mingw-mame-w32-20110519.exe; GCC 4.4.7.

The only problems I have with the current source plus messui 0.146u5 source from http://messui.the-chronicles.org/ is some #pragma GCC diagnostic errors for unknown objects.
Comment out the pragmas and r17490 built to completion.

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