m68k cygwin on NT (again)
M. R. Brown
Fri Jun 1 08:02:00 GMT 2001
* Vermeulen Jan <Jan.Vermeulen@siemens.atea.be> on Fri, Jun 01, 2001:
> After i tried compiling gcc again, it spit out the, expected, library
> Then i made newlib and changed the specs and libgcc1-test.c files
> and re-compiled gcc...
Hmm, I don't know anything about the specs m68k-coff uses, but if you
initially configure using --without-headers --with-newlib, then do a "make
all-gcc", you shouldn't get any errors on that phase of the compiler. The
only way I could see you having problems is if m68k-coff's are so screwy
that it requires stuff that is needed for libgcc, but I don't think so.
Also, do a "make install-gcc" to install gcc by itself, which won't pick up
any dependancies that would cause build errors.
Then, after you build newlib, you can go back and reconfigure gcc w/out
--without-headers --with-newlib, and you can proceed to do a full make
(all) and install without any problems. You won't even have to clean that
directory, it'll just rebuild a few key files, but everything else remains
unchanged. If you do have to modify your specs after building newlib, you
may want to try removing "specs" and "specs.ready" in your gcc build
directory, before reconfiguring and rebuilding gcc.
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