can build toolchain in two steps, but not one
Sat Sep 10 19:39:00 GMT 2005
Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Sep 2005, Dan Kegel wrote:
>>Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>>>credit where credit is due, it was a private e-mail from michael
>>>that pointed me at the appropriate architecture makefile as the
>>>source for some unwanted compiler options when trying to run the
>>How about posting a patch to fix the kernel sources, now that you've
>>found the problem?
> but, again, is this really the direction you want to take?
Think about it... are toolchains the only thing I build?
> it could
> conceivably require one patch per architecture, whereas the sanitized
> headers seem like such a simpler and safer solution. and patching the
> kernel source might not be a one-time thing as some future feature
> might screw up the build process yet again. why take the chance?
Because I want to build the kernel, perhaps?
I'm proposing that you really fix the kernel Makefile,
for real, and submit the patch, for real.
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