Can I build gcc 4.2.4 for 64 bit Intel Solaris 10 on a 64 bit Linux machine?
Sat Apr 18 18:09:00 GMT 2009
On Fri, 17 Apr 2009 08:28:55 -0700
Ian Lance Taylor <email@example.com> wrote:
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I have a 64-bit Intel Solaris 10 installation which comes with an
> > old version of gcc and doesn't have Ada language built at all. I
> > want to use the same level of gcc-Ada on my Solaris box as I have
> > on my Linux machines.
> > I have a 64 bit Linux box with gcc 4.2.4 and Ada language was
> > included in the build.
> > Can I build a complete gcc toolchain (I don't want gcc-java, but I
> > do want Ada) on my 64 bit Linux box with a 64 bit Intel Solaris
> > target? How do I get started?
> You need to first build a GNU/Linux -> Solaris cross-compiler,
> including Ada support (configure with --target=sparc-sun-solaris),
> and then use that cross-compiler to build a Solaris hosted compiler
> (configure with --host=sparc-sun-solaris
> --target=sparc-sun-solaris). Copy all the Solaris system libraries
> and header files onto your GNU/Linux box, and use --with-sysroot when
> building the GNU/Linux -> Solaris cross-compiler.
> This kind of thing is awkward and often requires some reading of
> configure scripts and Makefiles, but it is possible.
Thanks Ian. That sounds like it could be worse than I thought :-(.
Sure I will have more questions if I try it.
When I build the cross-compiler do I need to specify any options other
than the --target you mentioned? I still use the gnu Linux linker at
this point, correct?
Am I supposed to create the same path to the Solaris libraries and
system files on my Linux box when I build the cross compiler as are in
use on the Solaris machine?
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