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Re: Anyone got irix5? I have questions about your ctype implementation

 > From: Alexandre Oliva <>
 > On May  3, 2002, "Kaveh R. Ghazi" <> wrote:
 > > 6.  Can't build libf2c on irix6.2 due to a 32/64 multilib problem
 > >     which has been there since Nov when it was converted to libtool.
 > >     No solution yet.
 > I believe Eric Christopher and I came up with a solution for this one,
 > that's already in, AFAIK.  Do you still observe the problem?

Yes I still see it.  A checkout of the 3.1 branch from this evening
still has the failure.  It occurs in the -mabi=64 multilib when
creating libg2c.

 > make[5]: Entering directory `/caip/u99/ghazi/gcc-testing/build/mips-sgi-irix6.2/mabi=64/libf2c'
 > /bin/ksh ./libtool --mode=link /var/tmp/gcc-testing/build/gcc/xgcc
 >   -B/var/tmp/gcc-testing/build/gcc/ -B/usr/local/mips-sgi-irix6.2/bin/
 >   -B/usr/local/mips-sgi-irix6.2/lib/ -isystem
 > /usr/local/mips-sgi-irix6.2/include -o \
 >   -version-info 0:0:0 \
 >   -rpath /usr/local/lib/mabi=64 \
 >   -objectlist s-libe77 \
 >   -objectlist s-libf77 \
 >   -objectlist s-libi77 \
 >   -objectlist s-libu77 \
 >   -lm
 > mkdir .libs
 > creating reloadable object files...
 > creating a temporary reloadable object file: .libs/
 > /usr/bin/ld -n32 -64 -r -o .libs/ libE77/.libs/Labort.o
 >   libE77/.libs/Lderf.o libE77/.libs/Lderfc.o [tons more .o files...]
 > ld64: ERROR 4: Conflicting flag setting: -32-set-32bit-path
 > ld64: FATAL 112: cannot link old 32-bit object with -n32 link:
 > libE77/.libs/Labort.o.
 > make[5]: *** [] Error 4

Using  `file' I verified all of the .o files are 64-bit.  So its
probably complaining about the "ld -n32 -64" mixture.  I'm not sure
why it does that.  Note libstdc++-v3 and libobjc build fine.  I'm not
sure what's different.

Can you please help? :-)

Kaveh R. Ghazi			Director of Systems Architecture		Qwest Global Services

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