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Re: cygport cross-compiling beta1

On 7/19/2010 9:49 PM, Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote:
> On Sat, 2010-07-17 at 16:26 -0400, Charles Wilson wrote:

[linux toolchain]

>> I don't think either of these two lines belong in the cygport:
>>         mv ${D}/usr/lib/gcc/${TOOLCHAIN_TARGET}/lib/libgcc_s.a
>> ${D}/usr/lib/gcc/${TOOLCHAIN_TARGET}/${PV[1]}.*/
>> #       mv ${D}/usr/lib/gcc/${TOOLCHAIN_TARGET}/lib32/libgcc_s.a
>> ${D}/usr/lib/gcc/${TOOLCHAIN_TARGET}/4.6.0/32/
>> Because there doesn't seem to be any libgcc_s.a file anywhere in the
>> build or install trees:
> You are correct; copy-and-paste errors.

still present in latest -src tarball.

>> Anyway, building binutils and gcc went mostly ok, but building glibc did
>> not. 
> I am unable to reproduce this, even after cleaning out my sysroot.
> While I was at it, I did push an updated gcc and rebuilt glibc, in case
> you want to try again.

I d/led the latest linux-gcc-src tarball, and rebuilt it from scratch.
Then I d/led the latest glibc src tarball, and...same problem.

I'll try again, only this time using *your* linux-gcc pre-compiled
compiler package.


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