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Re: Succesfull build and install of gcc-3.0.3 on k6-redhat-linux-gnu
- From: Gcc k6 testing account <caligula at cam029208 dot student dot utwente dot nl>
- To: Janis Johnson <janis187 at us dot ibm dot com>
- Cc: <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 01:04:56 +0100 (CET)
- Subject: Re: Succesfull build and install of gcc-3.0.3 on k6-redhat-linux-gnu
> Your report of the others had the target as i586-pc-linux-gnu and the
> new one was k6-redhat-linux-gnu; I guess it was different this time
> because you specified it explicitly to configure. I'll combine them so
> they're all together. Should they be under i586-pc-linux-gnu or
In all my attempts to bootstrap (3.0/3.0.1 unsuccesfull 3.0.2/3.0.3
succcesfull) I used the exact same configuration. The one I mentioned in
my succesfull build on 3.0.3. However reading back my reports,I realise
I didn't gave enough information in the first reports. Sort of saying
the same thing in different ways,not so smart :( So now I'm trying
to get it right the first time. :)
1)All the bootstraps are on the same machine. The util versions are
the same,only glibc got a minor security update.
1)All my bootstraps were done with --host=k6-redhat-linux-gnu and
2)config.guess gave me in all cases i586-pc-linux-gnu.
3)All my automatic testreports on gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-testresults get
tagged with i586-redhat-linux-gnu by test_summary in the contrib dir.
So what should be the naming?
I'm not sure,because I only know a bit about configuring/installing gcc
and nothing about the inner workings.
BUT : When I do a gcc -dumpspecs I see a line
So I think the gcc I build is defaulting to bulding code optimised to run
for a k6. IMHO this means the name for the entry should be
However,I would rather have some comments from people in the know.
Wasn't Honza some time ago working on specific k6 code? I think he was the
one who got k6 bootstrapping again from 3.0.2 on. (Thanx for that Honza!!)
Anyway,my best guess is k6-redhat-linux-gnu.