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Re: Cross-building -current on Mac OS X?

On 26 Apr 2010, at 11:04 , Chris Ross wrote:
> I know this is a touchy thing sometimes, and because of the way Apple does 
> things it's hard to track and keep working.  Is this a known issue?
> I was trying to build last night's -current (for macppc) on a darwin 9.8.0 
> (Mac OS X 10.5.8) PPC system.  gcc 4.0.1 is the gcc in my path, and assumedly 
> the one used.  There may be others available.
> It ended up crashing working in libc:
> #   compile  libc/Lint_swapcontext.ln
> ...
> /var/tmp/NetBSD/data/NetBSD/src-current/destdir.macppc/usr/include/powerpc/mcontext.h(46):
>  warning: integral constant too large [56]
> /var/tmp/NetBSD/data/NetBSD/src-current/destdir.macppc/usr/include/powerpc/mcontext.h(89):
>  warning: integral constant too large [56]
> [...]
> Anyone know if this is expected, easy to fix, or what I should do to avoid 
> it?  Thanks...

Somehow it seems to have broken NetBSD lint when it compiled it.  You
might try starting over with a newer (or at least different) gcc on
the local machine for compiling the tools.

Dennis Ferguson

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