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- From: Ravikiran Rajagopal <ee dot eng dot ohio-state dot edu at ee dot eng dot ohio-state dot edu>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2002 21:20:42 -0400
- Subject: hppa64 threading
Is it possible to build a threaded gcc on hppa64? I had some success
building a threaded 32-bit gcc on hpux11 using POSIX thread support (e.g.,
simple threaded Qt applications compile and work fine). If the same is
possible on hppa64, do I need anything other than a CVS snapshot of binutils
and a CVS snapshot of mainline gcc? As far as I can tell, apart from using
the binutils versions of gas and ld, the only other option I need to enable
is "--enable-64-bit-bfd" when configuring binutils. Did I miss anything?
I am using a HPUX11 machine with all patches applied from the June/July CD
set. Are there any tricks of which I should be aware?