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Re: Bootstrapped gcc 3.2.1 on Tru64 with native make and gcc
- From: Joe Buck <jbuck at synopsys dot com>
- To: hughett at mercur dot uphs dot upenn dot edu (Paul Hughett)
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 11:12:42 -0800 (PST)
- Subject: Re: 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.
It appears that the tweaks you used were related to problems in
internationalization support. If you don't need support for non-English
locales, I suggest that you try passing
to configure. You might get further (please try this and see if you
can build C++).
> 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 \
> An attempt to compile c++ was unsuccessful, failing with a file not found
> error while attempting to compile libstdc++. Other languages were not
> 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
> change the line
> INSTALL = ../../gcc-3.2.1/gcc/../install-sh -c
> INSTALL = ../../../gcc-3.2.1/gcc/../install-sh -c
Ouch. Perhaps the need for Tweak #2 wasn't obvious because other
platforms detect a usable install program, so they don't need the
install-sh in the distribution?