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Re: [PATCH - ping] Don't unlink /dev/null on darwin
On Tue, Feb 15, 2005 at 01:03:39PM -0800, Zack Weinberg wrote:
> Paolo Bonzini <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Hopefully, libgcc will be split out to its own directory in the 4.1
> >> cycle, and will grow its own configure.ac. The check can then go in
> >> there and will not need to use -o /dev/null. If you're interested in
> >> helping with this, talk to Paolo Bonzini (cc:ed).
> > Ouch! :-) I don't think I have enough familiarity with multilibs and
> > the like to split libgcc into its own toplevel directory... It is not
> > like libcpp and fixincludes, surely. Not to mention modifications to
> > the GCC driver that are probably needed for that.
> I guess I was just blithely assuming that this would be your next
> project after toplevel bootstrap got finished and turned on
> permanently. There are other things that it would aid, not just this.
Paolo's never been foolish enough to volunteer for this one... I have,
though. If I can find the time I will work on this once toplevel
bootstrap is on by default.