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gcc 3.1 full success: i386-unknown-openbsd
- From: Marc Espie <espie at nerim dot net>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 02:51:25 +0200
- Subject: gcc 3.1 full success: i386-unknown-openbsd
- Reply-to: espie at nerim dot net
okay, I've now managed to compile ALL frontends of gcc 3.1 on OpenBSD.
I'll try running the tests and posting results soon...
Yep, this includes gnat.
It took a while, I went through a linux cross-compiler, that actually
ended up masquerading as a native compiler on OpenBSD (thanks to linux
emulation): I had to build the cross-compiler anyways, since the binary
formats are completely different.
I thought the game was over at one point, because the linux cross-compiler
proved out to be unable to compile the lib and tools on the linux systems,
but transferring system.ads and friends turned out to be enough to satisfy
configure that gnat was working...
and indeed, it appears to be enough. bootstrap went fine, tools built fine.
I'm now running a second bootstrap, using the new natively built
compiler... I don't expect any trouble, since the first bootstrap + tools
So, is there an area to drop native binary packages for gnat yet ?