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Re: [committed] libada merge part 3: cleanups


    I guess I've removed the ability to do 'make gnatlib'
    without doing 'make all-gcc' (a.k.a. 'make all' in the gcc subdir),
    since they're now in different Makefiles, and configuring the libada
    Makefile requires that GCC be built first.  (Actually, that requirement
    isn't strict; it requires that GCC be configured first and that $CC and
    some other variables be set properly during libada configuration.)

    (If that one ability is absolutely essential, I shall scream, because
    every other language library in GCC accepts this restriction, and it
    amounts to a severe restriction on ever cleaning up the GCC Makefile.)

I'm not sure I understand the issues fully, but it's most certainly the
case that the <target>/* directories won't be built and I expect "make
gnatlib" to work.  I typically have a dozen or more cross-compilers
built and do not have or need the cross-assemblers.


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