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crosstool-0.19: added gcc-3.4-20030813 support
- From: Dan Kegel <dank at kegel dot com>
- To: crossgcc <crossgcc at sources dot redhat dot com>, GCC Mailing List <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 15:10:07 -0700
- Subject: crosstool-0.19: added gcc-3.4-20030813 support
crosstool is a set of scripts for building and testing cross-compilers
based on gcc/glibc/linux.
A new release is ready, and can be downloaded from
0.19 18 Aug 2003 "static on the baby monitor"
getandpatch.sh fetches .bz2 archives where possible to save download time
Switch to linux-2.4.21 as that includes
asm-ppc/unistd.h changes that supposedly fix a
busybox compilation problem. The problem is described at
and may be fixed in busybox cvs, but what the heck, let's support
the old busybox sources.
Added gcc-3.4 snapshot support.
Forward port of testsuite fixes for regression tests when cross-compiling:
Fix --without-fp (thanks, Dan J.!):
Kludge to let me run old binaries on sh4:
Note that most people building gcc-3.4/glibc-2.3.2 on sh4 will want
to remove sh-fpscr-libc-kludge.patch and use sh4-normal.dat rather
than sh4.dat. I needed to do things a bit oddly because I didn't
want to have to recompile busybox with the new toolchain.
Thanks to Kaz and Dan J. for hints about fpscr_values issues.
crosstool.sh now grabs files from lib/nof if glibc is built --without-fp.
gcc-3.4 doesn't build non-nof version of libstdc++ in that case, which
made it pretty obvious I wasn't handling that right!