Subject: Re: getting gcc 4.x.x on netbsd 3.1
From: Michael Kell Jensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/06/2007 23:48:23
That will not give me, the 4.x.x compiler
will it ?
unless i download the sets with the 4.x.x compiler.
Which i am doing now.
I did do a build.sh with the tools for amd64, on 3.1
that gives me the version 3.3.3 compiler.
Which gives me some trouble.
I don't think i can target that with the build.sh
coming with the netBSD 3.1 source sets?
If i could it would be nice, please tell :)
I am using the compiler for a university project.
where we need a more recent compiler, though the project is
not related to NetBSD, execpt for toolchain.
Also i must give a thumbs up to the build tools
make it really easy to play with different architectures.
(not that i started yet)
But i will be playing with Qemu, and Build.sh.
for some parallel programming play, alter on i hope.
Thank for the cool tools...
Matthias Scheler wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 11, 2007 at 01:32:18AM +0100, Michael Kell Jensen wrote:
>> is it possible to use 3.1 netbsd, with build.sh
>> to target gcc 4.x.x toolchain via build.sh
> Yes. Just use "build.sh -m amd64 tools".
> Kind regards