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Re: gcc header inclusion in netbsd-current
but pkgsrc is not expected to overwrite anything in /usr/bin,
is it? I never gave much importance to building packages as an
unprivileged user until yesterday, but I must reconsider the idea.
From: "John R. Shannon" <john%johnrshannon.com@localhost>
Subject: Re: gcc header inclusion in netbsd-current
Date: Wed, 03 Feb 2010 16:50:57 -0700
> One of the difficulties of building Ada in that the gcc Ada front-end
> is written in Ada. So, you need a working Ada compiler to compile
> it. I originally cross built my bootstrap compiler on a FreeBSD system
> for the initial gcc34 packages.
> On 02/03/10 08:36, fulvio ciriaco wrote:
>> Ok, sorry, it has nothing to do with current,
>> it is actually a problem with pkgsrc.
>> In lang/gcc34, when one issues:
>> make BUILD_ADA=YES ALT_GCC=/usr/pkg/gcc34-bootstrap/bin/gcc
>> /usr/bin/gcc is substituted with a bash script reciting:
>> exec /usr/pkg/gcc34-bootstrap/bin/./gcc "$@"
>> From: Joerg Sonnenberger<joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost>
>> Subject: Re: gcc header inclusion in netbsd-current
>> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 15:52:28 +0100
>>> On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 03:46:39PM +0100, fulvio ciriaco wrote:
>>>> there is some problem with system header inclusion.
>>> GCC has its own version of various headers, which might not be
>>> compatible with the system ones.
> John R. Shannon
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