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Old 04-12-2007, 06:44 PM   #1
nazzzia
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Installing glibc as standalone


Hi,

I want to run a bug checker on different functions in glibc, e.g. strcpy, but when I try to compile individual files, it can't seem to find header files like memcopy.h etc, I *DONT* want to install the library, so I copied over the sysdeps folder from an installed version of glibc (which contains the files) I have a feeling I will need to write a new make file, but I don't know how to write a makefile that will tell it to look at the appropriate folder for those header files.

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