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Re: Fedora Cygwin RPM repository
On Mon, 2011-03-14 at 10:59 +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Mar 13 23:24, Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote:
> > I just added a cygwin-binutils-devel package with the necessary headers
> > and static libraries.
> > The only trick is you need to manually
> > remove /usr/i686-pc-cygwin/lib/libiberty.a so that the "correct"
> > libiberty.a is used instead until I have the chance to rebuild
> > cygwin-gcc.
cygwin-gcc 4.5.1-2 is now available for both arches without libiberty.a.
> > I tried that at first, but it didn't work. The problem is with
> > binutils:
> > $ i686-pc-cygwin-strings /usr/bin/i686-pc-cygwin-ld.bfd | grep w32api
> > SEARCH_DIR("/usr/i686-pc-cygwin/lib/w32api");
> I don't quite understand how this matches the current installation.
> Right now the w32api libs are in sys-root/usr/lib, not in lib. I'm sure
> I'm missing something.
For a cygwin-target cross-compiler, binutils' ld/configure.tgt
hard-codes $(tooldir)/lib/w32api as an additional library directory.
While technically valid, is it not where we want libraries to be when
using a sysroot.
I added a small patch to binutils to add sys-root/usr/lib/w32api and
have rebuilt cygwin-binutils and cygwin-w32api accordingly.
P.S. I see that you already used this to fix the gcc-4.5 warnings in
winsup/cygwin, but you only applied those to your post-1.7.9 branch.
Any chance you could commit those to HEAD now as well?
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