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Re: [PATCH] Update config.guess and config.sub


On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 11:31 AM, Liviu Ionescu <ilg@livius.net> wrote:
> If this is really a problem I guess you can blacklist it somehow.
> But this proves once again that Linux native compilers and cross embedded toolchains should be processed differently.

It isn't a major problem.  There is the issue that the more different
configure triplets we have the more work I need to do to keep them all
working.  So from my viewpoint, I'd rather not have riscv-*, but now
that we have it, I can fix the gcc config.sub to make it work.  On the
linux side, the expectation is that everyone will be using
riscv64-linux, and we don't have any usable upstream riscv32-linux
support yet, so there isn't any problem (yet).

Jim


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