Thanks Jack. That is the line I am pursuing, mostly by looking for files that are created with today's date, but so far I haven't found anything helpful. I ran the gcc command at the command line, removing the options it didn't like, and it does produce the output file _mysql.o in a temp folder but that doesn't get me all the way.

I am not sure which script is invoking gcc so I am a little uncertain about what the best "hack" approach would be. Pretty sure I can get it to build if I knew how the gcc compiler options were being set.


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On 12/27/2016 10:02 AM, Jack Woehr wrote:
You might let it fail once and then see if a classic Gnu config script is
produced as part of the process.

If so, running that script manually will tell you where the problem is


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