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Re: Joining GCC for version 3.4
- From: "Tal Agmon" <Tal dot Agmon at nsc dot com>
- To: "Andreas Schwab" <schwab at suse dot de>
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 15:55:37 +0300
- Subject: Re: Joining GCC for version 3.4
If I understand right I can't use --enable-languages because I still want
cc1plus to be created.
<email@example.com> To: "Tal Agmon" <Tal.Agmon@nsc.com>
10/16/03 02:52 PM Subject: Re: Joining GCC for version 3.4
"Tal Agmon" <Tal.Agmon@nsc.com> writes:
> On 15 Oct, Hans-Peter Nilsson wrote:
>>I will try to answer anyway, presuming that you do not refer to
>>the GCC intrinsics library libgcc (or for that matter the
>>language-specific libraries which indeed can be disabled) but
>>rather to a system library like glibc or newlib.
> Actually, I meant both.
> How should I disable libgcc? I tried writing in t-cr16c file the empty
> initializations: LIBGCC =
> INSTALL_LIBGCC =
> And it didn't work.
> How to disable libstdc++? Can I avoid getting to target-libstdc++-v3?
--enable-languages=... (don't include c++ here).
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