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Re: change just host of cross compiler


the m68k-*-amigaos was never merged with the main-stream gcc, the amiga 
specific toolchain was/is maintained by geek gadgets 
http://www.geekgadgets.org/, you might want to look there for changes 
need for the toolchain to work on amigaos/aros targets.

-----Original Message-----
From: lazer1 <lazer1@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: Dan Kegel <dank@kegel.com>
Cc: Kai Ruottu <karuottu@mbnet.fi>, crossgcc@sources.redhat.com
Date: Sat, 08 May 2004 04:08:46 -0000
Subject: Re: change just host of cross compiler

> On 07-May-04, Dan Kegel wrote:
> >lazer1 wrote:
> >> *** Configuration m68k-unknown-amigaos not supported
> >> Configure in /Ports/gcc-3.3.1-aros/gcc failed, exiting.
> >> $ 
> >> 
> >> I cannot see where "*** Configuration m68k-unknown-amigaos not
> supported"
> >> is coming from,
> 
> >Use the grep, Luke!
> 
> >[dank@dual gcc-3.3.2]$ find . -type f | xargs grep 'Configuration.*not
> >supported'
> >./gcc/config.gcc:       echo "*** Configuration $machine not
> supported" 1>&2
> >./gcc/config.gcc:       echo "*** Configuration $machine not
> supported" 1>&2
> >./gcc/config.gcc:       echo "*** Configuration $machine not
> supported" 1>&2
> >...
> 
> this is proving to be the way forwards, by customising the 
> error messages I have located where the error message is from,
> (its the default case of the switch where it says:
> "# Support site-specific machine types")
> 
> looks like I have to take 68k-x-68k and Linux-x-aros,
> 
> break these up into 4 pieces: 68k-x  x-68k Linux-x x-aros
> 
> and then combine 68k-x and x-aros to get 68k-x-aros,
> 
> thats the idea at least, its going to take some work to 
> do this,
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> >Examine gcc/config.gcc for more info.  Is there a patch somewhere
> >used by amiga folk when they build gcc, perhaps?  Ah, yes:
> >http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2003-10/msg00329.html
> >You might need to look at that and use the same gcc version he's
> starting
> >with.
> 
> >> this is to create a cross compiler, I thought the host is irrelevant
> >> isnt it just the target that matters?
> 
> >The host isn't completely irrelevant...
> >- Dan
> 
> >-- 
> >My technical stuff: http://kegel.com
> >My politics: see http://www.misleader.org for examples of why I'm for
> regime
> >change
> 
> 
> 
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