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I'm running Cygwin on Windows 7, with environment variables set up correctly (as far as I can tell).

When I do this gcc-java shows up:

cygcheck-c
..
gcc-core             3.4.4-999            OK
gcc-g++              3.4.4-999            OK
gcc-java             3.4.4-999            OK <---
gcc-mingw-core       20050522-3           OK
..

When I call gcc-java, I get a command not found error. In C:\cygwin\bin the gcc-java binary is not there, yet it claims to be installed (tried reinstalling). I can call all other commands in \bin\

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The binary isn't called gcc-java, it's called gcj.

This link shows you the contents of the gcc-java package, which reveals this,

Mon Dec 18 00:56:14 2006         100470 usr/bin/gcj.exe
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