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Re: [PING][Patch]: multilib fixes for libjava

   Are they building the fortran and java languages with
multilib on Solaris 10? Geoff's original patch addressed
the multilib build issues for the c, c++ and objc languages.
If you try to build fortran as a 64-bit multilib on a
32-bit processor, you will need the zlib and libgfortran
sections of the patches. If you want to build java, you
will need the whole patch (except for the libgfortran
ps I ended up constructing these patches because the
fink packaging system has no way to detect if a machine
has a 64-bit processor so I needed it fixed for our
gcc4 packages based on gcc 4.2 branch. I didn't want
to give up the chance to do -m64 on Intel Darwin (grin).

On Thu, Nov 16, 2006 at 05:40:25PM +0000, Paul Brook wrote:
> On Thursday 16 November 2006 17:31, Jack Howarth wrote:
> > Andrew,
> >     I tested it on Fedora Core 6 x86_64 and it built the
> > multilib fine. The only platform that will show the benefits
> > of the changes currently is Darwin since we are the only
> > ones building a 32-bit compiler by default with a 64-bit
> > multilib.
> I think Solaris 10 also builds a 32-bit toolchain with a 64-bit multilib.
> So does Debian i386 (with slightly modified sources).
> Paul

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