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Re: 4.3.0-rc1 available
* Guillermo Ballester Valor wrote on Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 11:51:53PM CET:
> El Friday 22 February 2008 20:21:36 PaweÅ Sikora escribiÃ:
> > as far i can see you're trying to build libgcj multilib (32/64-bits)
> > on x86_64 only enviroment. please try --disable-libjava-multilib option
> > with this (or equivalent) patch:
> > http://cvs.pld-linux.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/SOURCES/gcc4-libjava-multilib.patch
> it seems that to build in openSUSE x86_64 we need hacks and patches.
Well, I guess you can also globally --disable-multilib. For that, I
don't think you need a patch.
> I patched the source
> gbv@gauss:/tmp/gcc-4.3.0-RC-20080222> patch -p1
> libjava/configure.ac /tmp/downloads/multilib.patch
> patching file libjava/configure.ac
> Hunk #1 succeeded at 82 with fuzz 2 (offset -2 lines).
> And configured with the suggested option
After the patch, you need to also regenerate the libjava/configure
script. Do this by having Autoconf 2.59 installed (and found in $PATH),
enter the libjava source directory, and run autoconf.
> ../gcc-4.3.0-RC-20080222/configure --disable-libjava-multilib
> And again it failed in same place :(
That's expected if the changes from libjava/configure.ac have not
propagated into libjava/configure.
I suppose a third way to fix the build would be to install a 32bit
Hope that helps.