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Re: [PATCH] PR 10532

On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 01:01:07PM +0200, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> Am Don, 2003-06-26 um 10.56 schrieb Jim Wilson:
> > Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> > > The patches below address gcc incorrectly setting up its include file
> > > path for cross-compilers.
> > 
> > This appears to be already fixed on the mainline by a patch from Daniel 
> > Jacobowitz.  See the 2003-02-13 patch which defines 
> > PREFIX_INCLUDE_DIR only if host == target. 
> I guess, you mean this fragment from gcc/ (near line 2708)
> if test x$with_sysroot = x && test x$host = x$target \
>    && test "$prefix" != "/usr" && test "x$prefix" != "x$local_prefix" ;
> then
> fi
> AFAIU (Actually, I don't fully understand the logic), this tries to
> catch some exceptional cases of native compilation and leaves
> PREFIX_INCLUDE_DIR undefined for cross-compilation.
> So, theoretically PREFIX_INCLUDE_DIR should be undefined when compiling
> cppdefaults.c and produce the over-all behavior I would like to see.
> Unfortunately, I can't verify if this approach actually fixes my
> problem, because gcc-mainline currently doesn't build for me. I'll try
> again some time later :(
> >  This is part of the sysroot 
> > patch which isn't on 3.3 and is too big to add now, but the cross 
> > compiler test part of this could be applied to the 3.3 branch if it 
> > solves your problem.
> Well, all I can say is: 
> * I had been able to reproduce my problem with gcc-trunk as of last
> week. (The date 2003-02-13 makes me wonder.)

This doesn't make sense.  No cross compiler on the trunk should be
including $prefix/include, and shouldn't have since I checked that
patch in.  Please investigate why that happened.

Daniel Jacobowitz
MontaVista Software                         Debian GNU/Linux Developer

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