christos%astron.com@localhost (Christos Zoulas) writes: > In article <rmiaa7xv995.fsf%fnord.ir.bbn.com@localhost>, > Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost> wrote: >>-=-=-=-=-=- >> >> I've built NetBSD using 'build.sh -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? >> >>Yes, I think this is normal for NetBSD cross tools. Some people at BBN >>have done something similar and we used wrapper scripts that insert >>sysroot options. > > Use the nbmake-<arch> make wrapper. That only works for things that use BSD make; it doesn't provide a generic cross environment for random third-party code. Also, it doesn't support three simultaneous destdirs, one for NetBSD proper, one for pre-built binary packages for pkgsrc, and one for the other code being built directly out of a version control system checkout. One can't drop random files in the NetBSD DESTDIR, since then checkflist fails on the next build.
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