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Previous patch for canadian cross causing problem
- From: "Rekha Deshmukh" <RekhaD at kpit dot com>
- To: <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 12:05:51 +0530
- Subject: Previous patch for canadian cross causing problem
I am building a mingw sh targeted tool chain on linux RH6.2 using canadian cross. The sources I am using are - binutils-2.12.1, gcc-3.1, newlib-1.10.
While doing make, due to '-nostdinc' added in the FLAGS_FOR_TARGET, it is breaking.
The patch http://sources.redhat.com/ml/newlib/2000/msg00262.html actually adds '-nostdinc' for canadian cross. But by reversing the same patch it is building the tool chain sucessfully.
Is it safe to build the mingw canadian cross toolchain by reversing the patch. For what conditions it may have possibility of failing?
Thanks for all the response.
KPIT Infosystems LTD