Subject: ptl2 on mips
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Simon Burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/14/1999 12:53:06
I've come across a couple of problems trying to get ptl2 to work on mips.
First - when configure guesses GCC_STDINCLUDE, it looks for the
files included when including <stdarg.h>. On a mips system,
<machine/stdarg.h> includes <mips/stdarg.h>, and GCC_STDINCLUDE gets set
to "/usr/include\n/usr/include/mips" and this buggers up sed expressions
further on. I've fixed this by changing the line in configure.in from:
gcc -E ... | grep '# 1 .*stdarg.h' | sed -e 's@^.*"\(.*\)/stdarg\.h".*$@\1@'
gcc -E ... | grep '# 1 .*stdarg.h' | sed -e 's@^.*"\(.*\)/stdarg\.h".*$@\1@;q'
Note the ';q' at the end of the sed expression. No problems anyone can
see with this?
Second - sometimes ptl2 thinks it's on a "mips-dec-netbsd1.4K", others
a "pmax-unknown-netbsd1.4K" and get's right royally confused when
looking for files. To get started, I just changed "mips-dec" in various
config.* files to "pmax-unknown", but I'm guessing that it should
be "mipsel-unknown" and "mipseb-unknown". If so, do I just treak
config.guess to output this?
I've now got something that compiles, but doesn't work, and no obvious
ideas jump out at me. Any mips people wanna take a look at what I have