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Re: Compiling -current
On Wed, Nov 09, 2011 at 07:05:01AM -0800, Allen Wong wrote:
> -> -> > Has anyone been able to compile the toolchain from -current lately?
> -> -> > seems to have broken a couple of weeks ago or so. This is where it
> -> -> > for me:
> -> ->
> -> -> A shark build just finished successfully for me.
> -> ->
> -> Hmm... Interesting. I'm trying to do this on a Sheevaplug.
> On a side note, I was able to compile the toolchain, userland and kernel on
> a Linux system. It only fails when I try to build them natively.
This smells faintly like a compiler problem. If your native compiler
is gcc-4.1.3 (e.g. from NetBSD-5.1), try to rebuild *that* first using
the patch from [pullup-5 #1689].
E.g. I wasn't able to build a working wip/hplip3 with the unchanged gcc,
or to build lang/gcc44 at all.
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