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Re: libgcc not built?
Thanks for your answer :)
Is src/tools/gcc/README.mknative relevant for my cross compilation
Or only for a *native* (host=lm32 target=lm32) toolchain?
For now I am only building a cross toolchain and I don't plan on
building a native one.
I'm trying to see how those parts plug together.
IIUC, the kernel only links with libkern and does not need libgcc (but
some symbols which usually are in libgcc need to be put in libkern).
For the user space the picture is a bit blury for me.
I guess I need to consider two cases: statically linked programs, and
dynamically linked ones.
Le 31/03/2019 à 20:43, matthew green a écrit :
> Yann Sionneau writes:
>> Yesterday I had a look at my lm32 NetBSD port (which is stalled since
>> 2014 for lack of time).
>> And I noticed that I cannot link user space binaries because the built
>> cross toolchain lacks libgcc.
>> I wonder: why is libgcc not built?
>> Any guru of NetBSD/gcc build system could tell me? I didn't find
>> anything obvious but I'm not a pro on this.
> hi Yann,
> this is entirely on purpose. we don't use libgcc built out of the
> toolchain tree as it has a chicken/egg problem with shared libraries
> and configure. the netbsd toolchain does not include any parts that
> are shipped -- it merely builds it.
> you may want to look at src/tools/gcc/README.mknative and look at
> the bootstrap libgcc parts.
> feel free to ask more questions -- mknative is difficut to get
> bootstrapped (worse than it was, for sure.)
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