invalid lvalue error when trying to build bootstrap gcc
Mon Aug 14 11:30:00 GMT 2006
On 14 August 2006 12:15, ??????? wrote:
> hi guys，I was trying to build arm-linux embedded system.
> When I was making bootstrap gcc, I got the following error:
> ./config/arm/arm.c: In function 'arm_override_options' ：
> ./config/arm/arm.c:286: warning: assignment discards qualifiers from
> pointer target type
> ./config/arm/arm.c:530: error: invalid lvalue in assignment
> make: *** [arm.o] Error 1
> My PC host:
> i386-redhat fedora5 kernel 2.6.15
> gcc version: 4.1.0
IIUIC, you just can't build such recent (2.6.x) kernels with such an old (2.
95.x) gcc; modern kernels recommend you move up to gcc 3.3.x, as they make use
of the new features in more recent gcc versions.
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