Subject: Re: egcs
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Randy Devol <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/05/1998 09:10:19
Why use egcs instead of the gnu compiler proper? Is there stuff in egcs
important to powerpc cross development that is not in gcc? (I.e. bug fixes.)
At 08:19 PM 8/5/98 +0900, Kazuki Sakamoto wrote:
> > Did something break in egcs-1.0.3? I got egcs-1.0.3a today, and have tried
> > a few powerpc targets. They don't seem to work..
> > powerpc-netbsd, ppc-netbsd, and powerpc-elf-netbsd are all not ok too..
> > I looked through the configure files, and I don't see what I need to set.
> > :-(
>I think that the following patch is necessary to use egcs-1.0.3a
>Well, I made package for NetBSD/powerpc cross compile env.
> NetBSD source
> make OPTION install
> ofppc or macppc or bebox.
> path of NetBSD source tree
> # make PREFIX=/opt/PPC TARGET_MACHINE=macppc \
> ALLSRC=/usr/src.current \
> TARGET_ROOT=/opt/PPC/root install
>You can use "PREFIX/bin/ppc-make" script like "make" after the installation.
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