Sun Sep 18 21:24:00 GMT 2005
I'm having some trouble with crosstool-0.38. Almost a year ago, we had
successfully used version 0.28-rc36 to build a gcc-3.2.3-glibc-2.2.3
toolchain for mipsel. It worked like a champ. Now, I'm trying to use
the latest crosstool to build another mipsel toolchain. The build seems
to work, but when I compile anything with the resulting compiler, all my
output files are suddenly quite huge -- anything that would have
compiled very small with 0.28 (eg. a 5k binary under 0.28) is now right
around 68k, consistently, with 0.38. I simply ran "sh ./demo-mipsel.sh"
after editing the script to create the desired build.
Any idea what may be causing the executables to be so large? I can't
recall what I had done in the installation for 0.28 to make the binaries
be "normal". Is there an easy way to figure out what is getting
included into my builds?
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