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Re: NetBSD cross tools

 >> I've built NetBSD using ' -m sparc64 ... build' command and now
 >> want to compile applications for sparc64 using cross-tools sitting on my
 >> x86_64. Typescript is below.  As far as I can see SYSROOT is not set in
 >> crosscompiler by default and linking fails due to this. Is this normal
 >> behaviour? Is there a way to specify SYSROOT using environment variable?
 >>    0 
 >> ~>/srv/obj-sparc64/tooldir.NetBSD-5.99.56-amd64/bin/sparc64--netbsd-gcc -o 
 >> main main.c
 >> /srv/obj-sparc64/tooldir.NetBSD-5.99.56-amd64/lib/gcc/sparc64--netbsd/4.5.3/../../../../sparc64--netbsd/bin/ld:
 >>  cannot find crt0.o: No such file or directory

> One problem here is that it makes it so far.  It should have failed
> earlier because includes are not found.  Now we build cross-gcc with
> empty sysroot, so it picks host includes.  I think it's a bug.

In the example above main.c contained just 'return 0;' without includes.
But you are right, the following looks strange.

   0 ~>cat main.c
   #include <stdio.h>

   int main ()
        puts ("Hello World!");
        return 0;

   0 ~>/srv/obj-sparc64/tooldir.NetBSD-5.99.56-amd64/bin/sparc64--netbsd-gcc -c 
-o main.o main.c

   0 ~>

Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.

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