[patches] Re: [PATCH] RISC-V: Support for FreeBSD
Tue Jan 30 04:07:00 GMT 2018
> Does this actually work ?
Yes, it's work, I guess it's just because like Jim said, however
Ruslan and me will update and test it again, thanks!
Thanks your comment, I will fix the order and try again.
On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 3:31 AM, Jim Wilson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 01/29/2018 06:08 AM, Nick Clifton wrote:
>> Hi Kito,
>>> This patch enable RISC-V support FreeBSD, Ruslan (RISC-V FreeBSD
>>> maintainer) and me has been tested on FreeBSD 12 for building kernel
>>> and whole user space programs/libraries.
>> Does this actually work ?
>>> riscv*-*-*) fmt=elf endian=little ;;
>>> + riscv*-*-freebsd*) fmt=elf endian=little em=freebsd
>> To me it looks like the first line will match "riscv-freebsd" as well,
>> and since it has precedence the freebsd emulation parameter will not be
> It does not work, for precisely the reason you mentioned.
> It also appears pointless, as the only difference between te-generic.h and
> te-freebsd.h is the define of TE_FreeBSD in the latter, but that is not used
> anywhere in the RISC-V port. So maybe that is why it "works", because it is
> unnecessary. But that also means it is harmless and won't break anything if
> it goes in, with the order fixed of course.
> I also don't see a copyright assignment for Ruslan. This is probably OK as
> a trivial patches, but if there are more patches coming we would need a
> copyright assignment.
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