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

On Apr 26, 2010, at 23:51, Dennis Ferguson wrote:
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.

Okay. On that, I switched over to the gcc-4.2 (4.2.1) on the machine. I got the same basic failure:

--- bcopy.ln ---
/var/tmp/NetBSD/data/NetBSD/src-current/destdir.macppc/usr/include/ powerpc/ansi.h(71): warning: integral constant too large [56] /data/NetBSD/src-current/lib/libc/../../common/lib/libc/string/ bcopy.c(118): warning: conversion of 'int' to 'unsigned int' is out of range [119]

  Perhaps it's a more complicated/consistent issue than first feared?

Any other suggestions? There is also an old gcc-3.3 installation on the machine. Not sure if all components are there, but they likely are. Worth a try?

                      - Chris

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