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Re: [PATCH] SYSROOT subdir support

Oops!  I have removed the duplicated comment.  

The target_sysroot_subdir and target_sysroot_hdrs_subdir strings store the
results of processed specs, where target_system_root is a fixed path.  I
initialize the global subdir strings to 0, and if the spec is defined, I run
them through do_spec_2(), and assign a successful result to the global
variable.  Then I check against that global variable wherever I may need to
use it:

   if (target_sysroot_subdir)
      /* Do stuff with target_sysroot_subdir */

I could set it up in a function with static vars instead, if you think that is
better, or is there another way to do this that I am unaware of?  I went with
this because it was a small set of changes.  

LMK, and I will repost.

Cheers, and thanks.

Matt Kraai <> said:

> On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 01:18:56PM -0000, wrote:
> > Anyone looking at this yet?  Jim Wilson is looking at the i386 QNX Neutrino 
> > patch which needs this patch, as the config/i386/nto.h defines 
> The first hunk duplicates a comment.  I'd also suggest
> initializing target_sysroot_subdir and target_sysroot_hdrs_subdir
> like target_system_root.
> Matt
> -- 
> Matt Kraai <>
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