[FFmpeg-user] Problem in FFMPEG 1.1

Mehdi Saeedi msaeedi at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 16:25:32 CEST 2015

Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos <at> ag.or.at> writes:

> Simone Cercignani <simonec77 <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > BEGIN /tmp/ffconf.SArScMTJ.c
> >     1	int main(void){ return 0; }
> > END /tmp/ffconf.SArScMTJ.c
> > c99wrap cl -nologo -D_USE_MATH_DEFINES -Dinline=__inline -FIstdlib.h 
> > -Dstrtoll=_strtoi64 -c -Fo /tmp/ffconf.STVYlRnc.o /tmp/ffconf.SArScMTJ.c
> > ffconf.SArScMTJ.c
> > ffconf.STVYlRnc.o_converted.c
> > c99wrap link -o /tmp/ffconf.KIETZgvw.exe /tmp/ffconf.STVYlRnc.o
> > link: invalid option -- o
> > Try `link --help' for more information.
> The last line looks suspicious.
> If you type "link" on the (msvc) console, how does 
> the output look like?
> Carl Eugen

Note to this:

It is possible that coreutils’ link.exe conflicts with MSVC’s linker. You
can find out by running which link to see which link.exe you are using. If
it is located at /bin/link.exe, then you have the wrong one in your PATH.
Either move or remove that copy, or make sure MSVC’s link.exe takes
precedence in your PATH over coreutils’. 

So, just remove usr/bin/link.exe and you'll be fine


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