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Re: [RFC] target/m68k: multilib issues
On Thu, 18 Nov 2010, Thorsten Glaser wrote:
> Finn Thain dixit:
> >I believe it is supported by newlib.
> >Dropping cpu32 from m68k-linux doesn't solve the gfortran problem for
> True. Yes, this should be fixed on the gcc level, although it won?t
> reflect in Debian because I only need to build multiarch/lib for things
> that are actually usable there.
Right, glibc uses CAS instructions which are not implemented on CPU32. But
the larger question of m68k-uclinux and m68k-linux ABI compatibility is
one I can't answer, though I had the impression that m68k-uclinux had
adopted the m68k-linux ABI.
> So, no input from me on the gcc-level problem, sorry. (Does newlib use
> m68k-unknown-linux-gnu as well? I thought that was for (e)glibc only.)
I don't know. In my tests I only built uclinux and linux cross-compilers.
Hence, the patch I sent only disables fidoa mulitlibs, and doesn't affect
cpu32 or any other multlibs.