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Re: Building libstdc++


Brent Verner <brent@rcfile.org> writes:

| On 25 Dec 2000 at 20:00 (-0500), Richard Kenner wrote:
| |     Of course, your best bet would be to install gnu as from the binutils
| |     package, or if it is installed, massage your PATH to make it visible
| |     before the digital as[01].
| | 
| | I don't *want* to install GNU as.  GCC is supposed to work without it.
| 
| understood. the following patch removes the .subsection and .previous
| directives. would you let me know how this works if you try it. I
| sympathize with you, since I hit the assembler wall (along with some
| unresolved 32->64 bit issues :o) working on postgres on a system
| without gnu as.

Kenner, could you try Brent's patch and let us know if it works for you?

| I'm not sure about the official position, but I think libstdc++ should
| work w/o GNU as, also. 

That is also my belief.  More precisely, libstdc++ should not assume
it will be run in a GNU environment.

-- Gaby
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