Subject: Re: sparc64 / libstdc++ change...
To: Martin Husemann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Mason Loring Bliss <email@example.com>
Date: 05/13/2001 01:22:55
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On Sat, May 12, 2001 at 07:37:12PM +0200, Martin Husemann wrote:
> Actually it looks like the Makefile should have already prevented going i=
> that subdir by the check for gcc's version. If that has not been working,
> it should have been fixed.
Where is HAVE_GCC29 supposed to be set, out of curiosity?
> Sorry, came arond to looking in detail too late, now this change is alrea=
On the plus side, it doesn't actually hurt anything, and at least in my
case it's helping... The only thing I do that might be "odd" is I set
"HAVE_EGCS" on my command line to avoid this:
@echo "*** CAPUTE!"
@echo " You attempted to compile the world without egcs. You mu=
@echo " first install a native egcs compiler."
> Should we back this out?
Well, backing it out of -current will break my builds, anyway, regardless
of anything else. I have no opinion regarding the change on netbsd-1-5,
as I hadn't ever tried building that in any event - it ought to be harm-
less, but if it's unnecessary, it should probably be backed out. I'll
send the request.
M a s o n L o r i n g B l i s s
awake ? sleep : random() & 2 ? dream : sleep;
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