Subject: Re: README: UPDATE YOUR COMPILER BEFORE YOUR NEXT BUILD
To: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthew Jacob <email@example.com>
Date: 05/06/2002 23:48:45
On Tue, 7 May 2002, Simon Burge wrote:
> Matthew Jacob wrote:
> > Um- okay, after installing a recent Snapshot, a 'build -t' worked all the way
> > through.
> > I'm curious- it doesn't seem like build -t actually *installs* the
> > compiler. The build.doc doesn't really say what pieces to pick from where- can
> > somebody shoot me a clue?
> "build -t" will put the compiler (and other host tools) in the TOOLDIR,
> which defaults to a subdirectory of the objdir for src/tools (I think).
> I have a TOOLDIR=/some/where in my /etc/mk.conf.
> Note that the "build -t" compiler is the cross-compiler for use on the
> current host, not whatever happens to be the target you want to build
> for (even if they happen to be the same architecture).
Yes- I can see where it went- but I'm trying to figure out how to transition
this to be the running system's compiler so I can build kernels again. I guess
I need to purchase another clue!