Subject: Re: Any luck with egcs-1.0.2 using stock NetBSD gcc?
To: Jeff Thieleke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Jones <email@example.com>
Date: 03/20/1998 07:12:06
Jeff Thieleke wrote:
| I'm running NetBSD/i386 1.3E, the stock GCC version 126.96.36.199+myc1, and I'm
| building egcs with 'setenv CC gcc ; ./configure ; make'. Does anyone have
| any suggestions or ideas what could be so wrong? I figure that it must
| either be a problem with gcc 2.7 or so sort of 'configure' problem, but I
| don't know where to start.
I have never tried egcs.
However, it looks like you have the same problem that NetBSD users have:
If you want to track the -current version of something, then you must
religiously maintain your toolchain.
NetBSD-core has a nasty habit of changing ld, or config, or whatever, soon
after a release, so NetBSD-current rarely builds out of a stock NetBSD-1.3
install. Rather, you have to upgrade your toolchain, possibly involving more
than one step, and only then may you compile -current.
Same here: it looks like the egcs maintainers want you to keep your toolchain
(in this case GCC 2.8) up to date.