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RE: ld for VMS?

"Partly" as in?
I can do without shared objects, for one thing, at least for now.
I can try trunk.

gcc 4.5 seems to largely work for Alpha/vms "out of the box".
? At least to output assembly, I think for GNU as. (which I had already built/installed, so configure found it).

My larger goal is to cross build: gcc, bash, sed, awk, make, etc. enough so that I can build gcc natively, at least cc1.
I know there is GNV, but I don't have administrative access on the machine, maybe I can cajole the administrator
to install a newer version, what is there seems a bit flaky, and I think the system is only using ODS-2. Again,
maybe I can cajole the administrator.
Give my somewhat limited scenario "native build cc1", maybe ODS-2 will suffice.
Maybe I'll get my own machine.

?- Jay

> Subject: Re: ld for VMS?
> From:
> Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 17:05:16 +0200
> CC:
> To:
> On Apr 22, 2010, at 4:58 PM, Jay K wrote:
>> Anyone by chance working on ld targeting VMS/Alpha?
> It is partially done on the trunk.
>> I'm interested in having a cross toolset targeting VMS/Alpha.
>> gcc, gas, already build.
>> Small problem maybe with libgcc
> We do have a cross-gcc for VMS/Alpha, also being in beta state.
> Tristan.

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