Nonrecursive build within gcc directory (revised)

Zack Weinberg zackw@Stanford.EDU
Thu Oct 26 18:03:00 GMT 2000

On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 05:17:26PM -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> >>>>> "Zack" == Zack Weinberg <zackw@Stanford.EDU> writes:
>     Zack> My copy of pmake gets through make bootstrap with no
>     Zack> troubles, but weird things happen in make check (libstdc++
>     Zack> isn't found for the g++ build).  I believe this to be
>     Zack> unrelated to my patch and I would rather address that
>     Zack> separately.
> Good enough.  So, at this point, are there any issues outstanding?
> Did we solve the problems with compilers that don't like -o?

Since I don't have one, I don't know what the situation is.  But it
*should* only be necessary to compile non-C front ends.  In a native
build, that's just fine; we don't do the other languages till we have
the stage1 gcc to do it with.  In a cross build, we might have a
problem, but I don't think we need to support building cross-compilers
for languages other than C with archaic system compilers.


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