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Bootstrapped gcc 3.2.1 on Tru64 with native make and gcc


Successfully bootstrapped and installed gcc 3.2.1 on the
alphaev6-dec-osf4.0f platform using the native make and cc.  Only the
C compiler was built, and two manual tweaks to the build process were
required.  Separate source and bin directories were used.

The specific configuration used was 

   ../gcc-3.2.1/configure --prefix=/usr/local/gcc-3.2.1 \
      --disable-threads --with-gc=simple --enable-languages=c \
      --enable-version-specific-runtine-libs

An attempt to compile c++ was unsuccessful, failing with a file not found
error while attempting to compile libstdc++.  Other languages were not
attempted.


Tweak #1: After configure but before make bootstrap, create a link from
$bindir/gcc/intl/plural.c to $srcdir/gcc/intl/plural.c.


Tweak #2: After configure but before make install, in the file

   $bindir/gcc/intl/Makefile

change the line

   INSTALL = ../../gcc-3.2.1/gcc/../install-sh -c

to

   INSTALL = ../../../gcc-3.2.1/gcc/../install-sh -c


Paul Hughett

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Paul Hughett, Ph.D.              Research Associate
Neuropsychiatry Section          
10th floor Gates Building                    
Hospital of the University       
    of Pennsylvania              
3400 Spruce Street                  
Philadelphia PA 19104            hughett@bbl.med.upenn.edu

        A rose by any other name confuses the issue.
                                  -Patrick E. Raume
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