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Re: libstdc++ multilib install broken

On Sat, Aug 09, 2003 at 01:12:19AM +0200, Bernardo Innocenti wrote:
> Kean Johnston wrote:
> >Bernardo Innocenti wrote:
> >>The generated for libstdc++v3/ does not seem
> >>to be using MULTISUBDIR when installing.
> >
> >I ran into a similar problem with libffi. The way I got around it was to 
> >make sure that the top level configure is invoked with 
> >--enable-multilib. I think that that should be automatic, but it 
> >currently is not. Phil, if you try that and it works, then it is a good 
> >data point for rethinking how multilibs are handled for the library 
> >sub-trees, and how their configure scripts are invoked when doing a 
> >bootstrap.
> Does not help. I've always been passing --enable-multilib to the
> top-level configure.

Besides, v3's configury has multilibs on by default.  They would have to
be specifically /disabled/ at the top level, not enabled.

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