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Re: PATCH libffi win64 support


NightStrike wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 12:31 PM, Andrew Haley<aph@redhat.com> wrote:
>> NightStrike wrote:
>>> On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 11:44 AM, Andrew Haley<aph@redhat.com> wrote:
>>>> Hmm.  I guess under the circumstances that's the right thing to do,
>>>> but it's pretty evil in a test case that's suppose to test long long.
>>>> Is the Windows library going to get fixed to accept %lld in the
>>>> forseeable future?  If so, we could just xfail it until then.
>>> Andrew,
>>>
>>> Are all of Tim's patches now committed to gcc?  I ask because I get
>>> this trying to using the libffi in the gcc repo:
>>>
>>> configure: error: "libffi has not been ported to x86_64-w64-mingw32."
>> OK, fixed.
> 
> Now libtool is choking.  I get all kinds of errors like:
> 
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-Wall: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-g: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-fexceptions: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-g: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-O2: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-MT: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: Xsrc/debug.lo: No such file or directory
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-MD: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-MP: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-MF: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1116: Xsrc/.deps/debug.Tpo: No such file or directory
> ./libtool: line 1116: X-c: command not found
> ./libtool: line 1167: Xsrc/debug.lo: No such file or directory
> ./libtool: line 1172: libtool: compile: cannot determine name of
> library object from `': command not found

I never touched it, m'lud.  libffi in gcc inherits its libtool stuff
from gcc's toplev.

Andrew.


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