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Re: Parma Polyhedra Library 0.11
- From: "Justin P. Mattock" <justinmattock at gmail dot com>
- To: dclarke at blastwave dot org
- Cc: Roberto Bagnara <bagnara at cs dot unipr dot it>, gcc-graphite <gcc-graphite at googlegroups dot com>, GCC Mailing List <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Wed, 04 Aug 2010 22:00:33 -0700
- Subject: Re: Parma Polyhedra Library 0.11
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On 08/04/2010 08:09 PM, Dennis Clarke wrote:
Roberto Bagnara Patricia M. Hill Enea Zaffanella
Applied Formal Methods Laboratory
Department of Mathematics
University of Parma, Italy
cool.. just downloaded it.. just curious if I need to install ppl and
cloog on the system then build gcc? right now with the latest snapshot
of gcc, mpfr gmp are in the source tree and build fine but as soon as I
add cloog ppl and mpc I crapp out at ppl telling me it cant find gmp
keep in mind this is my first attempt to build gcc with all these
packages in the source tree of gcc rather than building them separately.
On a number of occasions I have tried to build ppl and Cloog and watched
the process fail repeatedly. I have yet to see it complete with any
degree of success. Perhaps this is due to some strange issue with gmp and
mpfr header versions and a false error message about libgmp versions is
generally seen early in the build process.
If this fault in the ppl/cloog code has been fixed then I'll be quite glad
to see it. If not then I shall continue to work with GCC without either
ppl or cloog as their absence seems to not matter a bit. This is entirely
based on my experiences within the Solaris world where we still have
issues with the GNU Binutils ld linker also.
yeah I ended up fussing around with previous versions but had no luck.
after looking through the gcc documentation(don't have the location off
hand due to my frenzy for searching for results), but what I noticed is
gmp, mpfr, and mpc can be put in the source tree.(only thing it had said
with cloog and ppl was to use the --with-cloog/ppl switches).
After doing this my build went through and finished. Although seems gcc
gets out of whack building a clfs system with two different versions of
ppl/cloog(hosts system/new system etc..)
figured once im able to boot the fresh system I'll probably rebuild with
ppl/cloog added in.
Justin P. Mattock