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Re: Cygport woes: CHOST not defined.
On 18/03/2011 02:50, Yaakov (Cygwin/X) wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-03-17 at 19:39 +0000, Dave Korn wrote:
>> Attempting to rebuild gcc4-4.3.4-3 from source, I got a bunch of error
>> messages during the install stage of cygport:
>> [ ... snip several more ... ]
>> Looking at the context, I infer that CHOST must be undefined:
>> ... and quite likely CBUILD as well:
> Yes, CBUILD, CHOST, and CTARGET are used internally to support cygport's
> various cross-compiling scenarios. At some point I may make them
> public, but either way they should be considered read-only.
Indeed. Can't remember what the long-ago bug was I ran into that made me
think unsetting it in the .cygport was the best solution, but the point is
> BTW, do you need me to resend my patches for 4.5.2?
Couldn't hurt, I know I had some stuff to dig through my inbox looking for
but if you wouldn't mind... <g>
Once I've got linker plugin stuff sorted out upstream for
gcc-4.6/binutils-2.21.1, I'll build a 4.5.2 for the distro (and promote it to
curr, leaving 4.3.4-4 as prev) then start working on a 4.6.0 test package.
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