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Re: [www-patch] Update building instructions in bugs/reghunt.html

On  6 Oct, Paolo Bonzini wrote:
> We now have this possibility as well:
> 	make all-gcc TARGET-gcc=cc1plus
> /me double checks if it works...

/me double-checked that for cc1, cc1plus, f951, and jc1.

Nevertheless, for regression testing we need a method that never fails.
So I'd suggest to document both alteratives.

> Also, all-libbanshee is not required since September 2004.


How about the following updated version?
Checked as vaild XHTML.


Index: reghunt.html
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/bugs/reghunt.html,v
retrieving revision 1.9
diff -u -p -r1.9 reghunt.html
--- reghunt.html	15 Jun 2004 10:55:08 -0000	1.9
+++ reghunt.html	8 Oct 2004 20:47:58 -0000
@@ -147,6 +147,7 @@ you can do the following after a normal 
     cd <i>objdir</i>
+    make all-build-libiberty || true
     make all-libiberty
     make all-libcpp || true
     make all-intl || true
@@ -159,9 +160,17 @@ you can do the following after a normal 
 <p>This will build libiberty, libcpp, libbanshee, intl and <code>cc1plus</code>
 (<code>make configure-gcc</code> is required since December 2002,
 <code>make all-intl</code> since July 2003, <code>make all-libbanshee</code>
-since the merge of the tree-ssa in May 2004, and <code>make all-libcpp</code>
-since May 2004).  When you have built <code>cc1plus</code>, you can feed your
-source code snippet to it:</p>
+from May until September 2004, <code>make all-libcpp</code> since May 2004,
+and <code>make all-build-libiberty</code> since September 2004).
+Alternatively, you can do</p>
+    cd <i>objdir</i>
+    make all-gcc TARGET-cc1plus
+<p>This works since October 2004.  When you have built <code>cc1plus</code>,
+you can feed your source code snippet to it:</p>
     cc1plus -quiet <i>testcase</i>.ii

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