Subject: Crossbuilding on i386 current
To: None <>
From: Sverre Froyen <>
List: port-pc532
Date: 10/21/2003 10:56:51

After the recent compiler changes, I decided to see if I could get a 
cross-compilation environment working on an i386 host running current.

To build the pc532 tools, I tried the command (in /usr/src):

./ -V TOOLCHAIN_MISSING=no -V HAVE_GCC3=yes -m pc532 -T 
./tooldir.i386 tools

The build completes without errors and produces the following ns32k 

ns32k--netbsd-addr2line      ns32k--netbsd-gcov
ns32k--netbsd-ar             ns32k--netbsd-lint
ns32k--netbsd-c++            ns32k--netbsd-mdsetimage
ns32k--netbsd-c++filt        ns32k--netbsd-nm
ns32k--netbsd-cpp            ns32k--netbsd-objcopy
ns32k--netbsd-dbsym          ns32k--netbsd-objdump
ns32k--netbsd-g++            ns32k--netbsd-ranlib
ns32k--netbsd-g77            ns32k--netbsd-readelf
ns32k--netbsd-gcc            ns32k--netbsd-size
ns32k--netbsd-gcc-3.3.2-nb1  ns32k--netbsd-strings
ns32k--netbsd-gccbug         ns32k--netbsd-strip

As you can see, the ns32k assembler and linker are missing!  How do I 
convince the build system to create those (and convince gcc to use