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Re: host endianness
> > #define HOST_BYTE_ORDER BYTE_ORDER
> This however, requires modifying the pcc dist for a NetBSD-ism, which I'm
> reluctant to do (the native pcc build just uses GNU configure to provide
> this definition for each use case)
What do you actually want to do?
You wrote in the original post:
>> In the native build of pcc(1), we use a pre-generated config.h which
>> contains HOST_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN and TARGET_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN
>> definitions which should really be provided at build time.
What is the "native build"?
Should it assume cross build or not?
If you can assume target == host,
(building src/usr.bin/pcc using /usr/bin/pcc)
you can simply use TARGET_ENDIANNESS for the host,
or hardcode it in target config files like
If you need generic cross-build structures,
you can't assume the host is NetBSD
(i.e. we can't predict what uname(1) returns),
and you might need a generic run-time test as
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