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Re: m68k bootstrapping broken

On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 01:12:18AM +0100, Bernardo Innocenti wrote:
> Richard Zidlicky wrote:
> >>Then all m68k targets should be seing the same ICE, which is not
> >>the case.
> >
> >possibly not many people with m68k targets do bootstrapping
> >very often nowadays - afaics only debian-m68k.
> >
> >Eg the warning you have just recetnly fixed in CVS would make
> >every bootstrap attempt fail on all m68k plattforms, not just
> >linux.
> I've been building full m68k cross-toolchains from CVS for
> m68k-elf and m68k-uclinux for a lot of time.
> I don't see how it can be different from bootstrapping a native
> compiler.

the crosscompiler can compile many things correctly but happens
to miscompile itself. Note that while the crosscompiler correctly
builds all of libgcc and libstdc, the native compiler breaks
on the 3 or so compilation unit of libgcc.

>  You explicitly cnfigured with --enable-werror, didn't you?

no. I had to override Makefile even to get past this. Apparently
"make bootstrap" does it by default


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