Trying to get crosstool-0.43 to work on Solaris 9
Thu Mar 15 15:31:00 GMT 2007
David Kahn <email@example.com> wrote:
> Alexander Skwar wrote:
>> getandpatch.sh: syntax error at line 95: `;' unexpected
>> Line 95 is the "for arg; do" in the following:
>> set -x
>> # Check to see if the tarball already exists
>> for arg; do
>> case $arg in
>> *.gz|*.bz2|*.tgz) ;;
>> *) abort "unknown suffix on url $arg" ;;
>> According to "man ksh", "for arg; do" is correct syntax.
>> Ah! In all.sh, "sh getandpatch.sh" is invoked. sh on Solaris 9 does
>> not seem to recognize this syntax. After changing changing line 123
>> from "sh getandpatch.sh" to "ksh getandpatch.sh", all is fine.
> And neither does bash on solaris for some reason.
Strange. Well, I replaced "sh" with "ksh" in the script, and
all seems to be fine - so far, and as far as that's concerned ;)
> My fix was to not hardcode sh, and use the
> env variable $SHELL in the crosstool scripts.
> On Solaris, I had success with ksh as you did.
> I already asked Dan to pick that stuff up for
> the next version of crosstool changes.
Great. What was the answer?
> You might also hit this with sed later on as well, you need
> gnu sed (named sed) in your path first before /bin/sed.
Ja, that's what I figured as well. I installed the GNU stuff
from blastwave incl. gnulinks and invoked the "demo-i686.sh"
script by calling "PATH=/opt/csw/gnu:$PATH sh demo-i686.sh".
Seems to be coming along somewhat fine.
One annoyance - if the script breaks, I re-run it. It'll then
remove the gcc, ... directories and recreate them. That's taking
"some" time. Can I somehow make crosstool skip this step?
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