Subject: Re: Cross-building using build.sh - almost there!
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
Date: 11/15/2001 13:46:25
In message <Pine.WNT.4.40.0111151442000.656-100000@todd>, Todd Vierling writes:
>On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Peter Seebach wrote:
>: I have this coming a lot closer to working.
>: I'm using:
>: ./build.sh -a powerpc -m macppc -O /home/ppc/obj -R /home/ppc/rel -T /usr/sr
>c/toolppc -D /home/ppc/dest > ppc.log 2>&1
>: Which *should* be correct (yes?).
>Yes, but "make snapshot"/"make release"/"build.sh -R ..." is known not to
>work yet, because many tools for building stuff in distrib/ are still not
>set up to be cross-capable. Only "make build" is known to work correctly on
>new toolchain systems.
Okay, so, I can't actually do a snapshot yet, just a full build. Oh, well,
close enough. Thanks!
>BTW, you can omit "-a powerpc" there as a shortcut; it's deduced
>automatically from the "-m macppc".
Yeah. I put it in because I was having some problems early on with i386
libc code being used; it turned out to be a .depend file, but I never got
around to taking it out of the script.