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hppa64-hp-hpux11.00: how to avoid usage of langtools?


Hi!

I found out that gcc takes files from the hpux system
(especially /opt/langtools/lib/pa20_64/crt0.o) to build executables.

This is sad, because crt0.o is shipped with the hp compilers
($1200 at least) and does _not_ belong to a vanilla system.

So even if someone provides a precompiled gcc
(free software), one seems to be forced to buy and install the
hp compilers.

Is there any way to tell gcc to not rely on these files
in order to break that dependency?


Markus


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