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[PATCH] config/svr4.h: fix documentation


2001-05-02  David O'Brien  <obrien@FreeBSD.org>

	* config/svr4.h: Remove bad advice on how to use this file.


Index: config/svr4.h
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/egcs/gcc/config/svr4.h,v
retrieving revision 1.23
diff -u -r1.23 svr4.h
--- svr4.h	2000/02/26 20:24:45	1.23
+++ svr4.h	2001/05/03 00:49:49
@@ -26,13 +26,12 @@
 	?????svr4.h
 
    where ????? is replaced by the name of the basic hardware that you
-   are targeting for.  Then, in the file ?????svr4.h, put something
-   like:
+   are targeting for.  Then, in config.gcc specify file ?????svr4.h followed
+   by svr4.h.  Something like:
 
-	#include "?????.h"
-	#include "svr4.h"
+	tm_file="${tm_file} ?????.h svr4.h ?????svr4.h"
 
-   followed by any really system-specific defines (or overrides of
+   Then in ?????svr4.h add any really system-specific defines (or overrides of
    defines) which you find that you need.  For example, CPP_PREDEFINES
    is defined here with only the defined -Dunix and -DSVR4.  You should
    probably override that in your target-specific ?????svr4.h file


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