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Re: [Trunk] Bootstrap Failure on powerpc-apple-darwin1.3.7
- To: Glenn Chambers <gchamber at bright dot net>
- Subject: Re: [Trunk] Bootstrap Failure on powerpc-apple-darwin1.3.7
- From: Daniel Berlin <dan at cgsoftware dot com>
- Date: Sun, 05 Aug 2001 15:11:48 -0400
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- References: <20010805182611.ZHLB333.lateralus@localhost>
Glenn Chambers <email@example.com> writes:
> Attempted to bootstrap HEAD as of roughly 2 PM EDT Sunday, and failed
> in final.c with
> /Users/glenn/gcc/gcc/gcc/final.c: In function `final_scan_insn':
> /Users/glenn/gcc/gcc/gcc/final.c:2343: `DOUBLE_INT_ASM_OP' undeclared
> (first use in this function)
> Bootstrapped on MacOS 10.0.4 with Apple's compiler:
> [localhost:~] glenn% cc -v
> Reading specs from /usr/libexec/gcc/darwin/ppc/2.95.2/specs
> Apple Computer, Inc. version gcc-926, based on gcc version 2.95.2
> 19991024 (release)
> [localhost:~] glenn% as -v
> Apple Computer, Inc. version cctools-358.obj~7, GNU assembler version
> I've locally hacked gcc/configure.in, libffi/configure.in, and
> libffi/configure to attempt to enable LIBGCJ, to see if Java
> development will be possible on Darwin/MacOS X, but the failure is in
> the generic compiler.
Look at the patch I posted that hasn't been reviewed yet, that fixes a
bunch of thinkos I made when doing the powerpc reorg.
I guess I could apply it as obvious.
"One time a cop pulled me over for running a stop sign. He said,
"Didn't you see the stop sign?" I said, "Yeah, but I don't
believe everything I read."