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Re: [patch RFA] Disable fortran on some SH targets


Andrew STUBBS <andrew.stubbs@st.com> wrote:
> Conversely, you could have libfortran skip multilibs it can't cope with. 
> I imagine the configure can be made to short-circuit the makefile on a 
> per-multilib basis. Some sort of AM_CONDITIONAL, perhaps.
> 
> I think this second approach would be best. All languages would work 
> wherever they are supported, and Fortran gives a link error (if it gets 
> that far) when it is not supported, but only with the wrong -m... option.
> 
> Anyway, *I* don't actually use Fortran, so *I* don't really care if you 
> break it. ;)

I guess that Fortran has no real use on targets like sh-elf.
I don't want introduce any solutions with greater than a few
lines, for this issue :-)
Ok, I withdraw my patch and leave it as wont-fix.

Regards,
	kaz





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