Subject: Re: Cross-Compiling.
To: jeff schindall <email@example.com>
From: Richard Ervin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/01/1996 15:39:49
> >Daishi Kato is cross compiling MacBSD from that unix-shell thing...
> >what's it called? the old atari thing? I forget... dang!
> >I've considered porting the cross compiler to the MacOS, if the demand
> >is sufficient. Unfortunately, testing it may be tricky because I
> >don't currently own a Mac that is MacBSD compatible -- I have a Duo.
> Would it be possible to use the gcc and other gnu-tools that cygnus has
> ported to MPW? Everything is on the cygnus ftp site in the /pub/mac dir.
No, I doubt it. At the risk of exposing my ignorance, I doubt that...
Never mind. I'm ignorant. Let's hear from the compiler gurus here. My
guess is that it won't work because I suspect that the formats of the
object and linker output are incompatible with BSD.
If you think it will work, it's a 20 minute job to get it out of MPW and
into MacOS (a little more if you actually want command line options!)