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Re: post linker phase - How To?



On 12 Apr 2010, at 23:30, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:


IainS <developer@sandoe-acoustics.co.uk> writes:

If I want to install a script (wrapper) that will end up installed in
the same dir as
<snip>
.  If this program will only ever be
run by the gcc driver, then you should install it in either the
directory where cc1 is installed, $(libsubdir),

This is the right place, at least for a wrapper...


If we make a stand-alone replacement (one day) then maybe that could be put in $(bindir)

I take it that, when called from a spec, any program in $(libsubdir) will get the right path by the automagic built into the compiler?

Or:
If I want to create a new post-collect phase --- is that already
As far as I know there is currently no post-collect phase.

This would be tidier than riding on the back of the LINK_COMMAND_SPEC. Any perception of the difficulty factor (1:10)..?

Iain


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