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Re: multilibbing libgfortran

Nathanael Nerode <> writes:

>> Alexandre Oliva <> writes:
>>> On Aug  3, 2003, Andreas Jaeger <> wrote:
>>>> libgfortran on the tree-ssa branch is not multi-libbed.  Is there
>>>> anywhere a description what needs to be done to enable multi-libs?
>>> Ideally, nothing.  Nathanael said he was looking into moving
>>> multilibbing of target libraries to the top level.  Perhaps we could
>>> live on without a multilibbed libgfortran until this change is
>>> implemented?
>> Depends how long it will take Nathanael to do it.  What's the best
>> estimate for this?
> It should be in for 3.5.  I think it's probably too big a change for
> 3.4.  At the moment I don't anticipate it getting done before stage 1
> of 3.5 starts, as I still have other stuff I'm trying to do in stage 2
> of 3.4, and this is going to be a busy month for me.  That a good
> enough guess? :-/

Unfortunately exact enough - but too late.  I'd prefer to have
libgfortran earlier multi-libbed if possible so that it can get better

So, what needs to be done to get this multi-libbed?  I tried copying
some stuff from libstdc++-v3 and failed with automake problems :-(

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