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Re: Understanding Multilibs ;-)
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 08:56:50AM +0200, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-07-28 at 06:25, Phil Edwards wrote:
> > The only Makefiles touched are the post-pruning ones, so that the code
> > using --p-m-l directly is operating on a known-good subset of the original
> > computer multilib list. Does that help?
> The --p-m-l is only invoked inside of configure script at the root of a
> multilib hierarchy. Configure scripts to be called for a
> multilib-variant don't call --p-m-l, instead they receive their flags
> from the "root-configure" script.
Ah, right, thanks.
> > What are the names for combinations? 'ab'?
> Multilibs are directory trees: So a/b would be correct.
Isn't that what we have already?
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