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Re: libffi/include/Makefile.am - hack_DATA - whats it for?
- From: Kean Johnston <jkj at sco dot com>
- To: Kean Johnston <jkj at sco dot com>
- Cc: gcc at gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2003 21:44:05 -0700
- Subject: Re: libffi/include/Makefile.am - hack_DATA - whats it for?
- Organization: The SCO Group
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Kean Johnston wrote:
Kean Johnston wrote:I find that configuring from the top lvel with --enable-multilib cures
the problem. Since the lower level libraries are configured post-gcc
build, and we can easily determine whether or not the gcc just built
needs to be multilibbed, shouldn't that be automatic?
I am trying to bootstrap 3.3.1 from cvs of a few hours ago. I have
just enabled Java for OSR5, and now during the bootstrap process, make
aborts telling me it doesnt know how to build fficonfig.h in
libffi/include. Simply remove it from the "hack_DATA" line fixes the
build, but I want to make that wont break anything. I am sure its
there for a reason.