Subject: Re: (KAME-snap 242) NetBSD: how to sync with current?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Space Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/04/1998 20:51:21
On Dec 4, 10:46pm, "John F. Woods" wrote:
>> On some machines, it may take literally several days to build a
>How much progress (if any) has been made on cross-compilation? Perhaps some
>of the slower platforms could be "adopted" by people with modern, fast
>machines, who could build (say) the monthly mac68k snapshot on a PentiumII/350
>in about 3 hours...
:) Maybe VAX... I've been doing a weekly snapshot for mac68k. It took
about a day to build on my Centris 610 (until it died recently; a Quadra
650 should be arriving any day to replace it). If a verified cross-
compilation mechanism was available, I could do them on my PC in the
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