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Re: multilibbing libgfortran

Nathanael Nerode <> writes:

> Andreas Jaeger wrote:
>> Nathanael Nerode <> writes:
>> Unfortunately exact enough - but too late.  I'd prefer to have
>> libgfortran earlier multi-libbed if possible so that it can get better
>> tested.
>> So, what needs to be done to get this multi-libbed?  I tried copying
>> some stuff from libstdc++-v3 and failed with automake problems :-(
>> Andreas
> The current multilibbing scheme is demented, in my opinion.  I still
> recommend not multilibbing at the moment; when multilibbing is moved
> to the top level, you'll have to rip all the multilib code back *out*
> of gfortran.  You can still test gfortran with each individual library

I see.

> configuration directly, you know, right?

No, I don't know how I can build on x86_64 a 32-bit multilib directly.

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