A patch for toplevel Makefile.in
H . J . Lu
Fri Mar 10 12:55:00 GMT 2000
I checked in the patch enclosed here into binutils. The detailed
discussions can be found at
and their followups. I suggest gcc should also consider this patch.
2000-03-10 H.J. Lu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Makefile.in (all-gcc): Run ld/ld-new if necessary.
--- Makefile.in.orig Wed Mar 8 16:18:17 2000
+++ Makefile.in Fri Mar 10 10:47:05 2000
@@ -1457,6 +1457,17 @@ $(INSTALL_X11_MODULES): installdirs
# gcc is the only module which uses GCC_FLAGS_TO_PASS.
+ # When configured with --enable-shared, libtool creates a
+ # script in the build directory which automatically relinks
+ # the program to search for shared libraries in the build
+ # directory. However, when ld/ld-new is called the first time
+ # from the new gcc, all the compiler environment variables are
+ # set to use the new gcc. ld/ld-new will use the new gcc to
+ # relink the new linker. It is incorrect. We cannot run
+ # ld/ld-new the first time from the new gcc. It is a very
+ # special case. We deal with it here.
+ -if test -f gcc/Makefile -a -x ld/ld-new -a -x ld/.libs/ld-new; then \
+ ld/ld-new -v >/dev/null 2>&1; fi
@if [ -f ./gcc/Makefile ] ; then \
r=`pwd`; export r; \
s=`cd $(srcdir); pwd`; export s; \
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