Subject: re: CVS commit: src
To: Todd Vierling <email@example.com>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/18/1998 15:15:21
: > - install ldscripts into /usr/libdata/ldscripts.
: ...shouldn't this be /usr/share/ldscripts? They are MI.
i just fixed the existing paths to *work*...
Well, if we want to have it generate all ldscripts no matter what platform
you're on. You don't want to make /usr/share divergent.
Just like gcc specs, however, they do not _need_ to be installed. (They are
also compiled into the ld binary.) I wonder why they are being installed
they need to be installed if you use `ld -m <target>', like i do :-)
If you're willing to suggest that we install gcc specs too, Matt, then I'll
just ignore this and go on my merry way. :)
i don't care about the gcc specs. in some ways, it would be nice to have
them available for quick tweaking when necessary, and also be nice to be
like a `standard' gcc install and just have them... (but our `native' gcc
is installed about as differently as is possible to the `standard').