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Re: [PATCH, alpha, go]: Introduce applyRelocationsALPHA

On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 12:39 AM, Ian Lance Taylor <> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 20, 2017 at 12:46 PM, Uros Bizjak <> wrote:
>> This patch inroduces applyRelocationsALPHA to solve:
>> FAIL: TestCgoConsistentResults
>> FAIL: TestCgoPkgConfig
>> FAIL: TestCgoHandlesWlORIGIN
>> gotools errors.
>> Bootstrapped and regression tested on alphaev68-linux-gnu.
> Thanks!  Committed to mainline.


However, there is one another issue with zdefaultcc.go generation. On
my system, the default gccgo, gcc and g++ are installed in:

$ which gccgo
$ which gcc

but gotools Makefile uses $(bindir) to derive absolute path to the binaries:

        echo 'package main' > zdefaultcc.go.tmp
        echo 'const defaultGCCGO = "$(bindir)/$(GCCGO_INSTALL_NAME)"'
>> zdefaultcc.go.tmp
        echo 'const defaultCC = "$(bindir)/$(GCC_INSTALL_NAME)"' >>
        echo 'const defaultCXX = "$(bindir)/$(GXX_INSTALL_NAME)"' >>
        echo 'const defaultPkgConfig = "pkg-config"' >> zdefaultcc.go.tmp

However, since $prefix (by default) points to /usr/local, $bindir
points to /usr/local/bin. Consequently, zdefaultcc.go reads:

package main
const defaultGCCGO = "/usr/local/bin/gccgo"
const defaultCC = "/usr/local/bin/gcc"
const defaultCXX = "/usr/local/bin/g++"
const defaultPkgConfig = "pkg-config"

The absolute path is wrong, since - as mentioned above - the system
compiler is installed in /usr/bin.

Probably we just need to remove $bindir and assume that these binaries
exist in $PATH.


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