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Re: GCC 3.2 Released

On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 10:45:31AM -0700, Janis Johnson wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 15, 2002 at 06:11:49PM +0200, Robert Schiele wrote:
> > Ok, again the systems on which I have built this version:
> Thanks!  Your message and your test results are now linked from the
> GCC 3.2 build status page at
> > 
> > // System 1: /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> > 
> > # config.guess
> > i686-pc-linux-gnu
> I entered this one with the config.guess output, but just noticed that
> it was built for i486, not i686, so I'll change that next time I update
> the file.
> Do you have an opinion about whether the entry should be "suse" rather
> than "unknown"?  This is a new list so I can change the conventions a
> bit from the other build status lists.

I have no opinion about that, as I think it doesn't really matter
whether this is built/run on a SuSE, RedHat, Debian or whatever
system.  In fact it doesn't matter, whether you set vendor to "suse",
"redhat", "pc" or write a funny joke between the two dashes. ;-)
Because of that your page is ok for me.

The reason that "suse" is in the triple is just that I am using the
compiler in our heterogeneous cluster build system which also uses
some cross compilers and the SuSE provided binaries that are
i486-suse-linux.  Because of that I have configured the cluster to use
i486-suse-linux for all ia32 linux systems to make things easier and
to be able to use the SuSE binaries also.  (Might be, it is also
because of those funny T-shirts they send me from time to time. ;-)

> > // System 2: /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> > 
> > # config.guess
> > sparc64-unknown-linux-gnu
> I entered this on as sparc-unknown-linux-gnu.  Same question about
> "suse" rather than "unknown".

This is the same issue.  It's just the cluster that is configured to
use sparc-suse-linux for all sparc linux systems.


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