Subject: Re: pkgsrc-crossbuild
To: Florian Stoehr <email@example.com>
From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Timo_Sch=F6ler?= <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/13/2004 23:22:38
>>> a compile failed for sgimips with 2.95.3, so i want to crossbuild for
>>> sgimips a pkgsrc package on an (december -> ancient) i386/CURRENT
>>> i had a look at the pkgsrc docs, but i didn't find out how to make a
>>> crossbuild for another platform with pkgsrc (perhaps i just didn't
>>> is pkgsrc even capable of doing this?
>>> thank you for your help.
>> i read your mail from february (see above and ) as i just run into
>> similar situation -- i want my 'build slave' 24/7 running peecee build
>> (lots of ;) packages for macppc...
>> do you have any solution to this topic? if so, is it possible to put
>> compiler flags, e.g. mcpu=blahblah -- and how (a mk.conf entry or
>> something similar)?
>> tia & regards,
>>  -- http://mail-index.netbsd.org/netbsd-users/2004/02/16/0000.html
>> mit vorzueglichster Hochachtung/best regards,
>> Timo Schoeler
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> I think I read somewhere that pkgsrc is not yet able to do that :-(
> So I decided to wait until gcc 3.x is available for the sgimips
thanks for your replay. would have been a very convenient feature of
pkgsrc, though ;)