[Fwd: Re: [PATCH 1 of 3] arch: s390 and 390x glibc patch]

Harold Grovesteen h.grovsteen@tx.rr.com
Sat Nov 14 20:52:00 GMT 2009



Mike Frysinger wrote:

>On Saturday 14 November 2009 10:56:19 Yann E. MORIN wrote:
>  
>
>>On Saturday 14 November 2009 16:23:18 Mike Frysinger wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>On Wednesday 11 November 2009 18:37:44 Harold Grovesteen wrote:
>>>      
>>>
>>>>Mike Frysinger wrote:
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>>>under Gentoo, a bunch of cache vars
>>>>>are forced just for the headers step as there is no compiler to test.
>>>>>those include mlong double tests.
>>>>>	libc_cv_mlong_double_128=yes
>>>>>	libc_cv_mlong_double_128ibm=yes
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>How do I achieve the equivalent of this with crosstool-ng?
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>no idea.  yann might know.  just export those vars into the environment. 
>>>this should be safe to do for all targets during the headers configure
>>>step only.
>>>      
>>>
>>There is CT_LIBC_GLIBC_CONFIGPARMS that can be set in the menuconfig.
>>The value set in this variable is used to create a file named 'configparms'
>>in the top-level of the build dir. That file is then included from the
>>Makeconfig makefile.
>>
>>It is possible to use it to pass one value. Passing more is not yet
>> possible. I can work something to handle more. Care to try the attached
>> patch?
>>    
>>
>
>these are settings that should always be there and the user shouldnt be forced 
>to configure themselves.  it also isnt specific to s390 ... it comes up with 
>ppc targets too.
>
>for the headers step, it's safe to export these all the time for all targets.  
>we've been doing this in gentoo for quite a long time now.
>-mike
>
I have not been able to reproduce this issue.  I even recloned the 
repository, rebuilt crosstool-ng and used my finalized .in's .sh's and 
samples.  Worked fine out of the shoot.  I am very close to posting a 
new patch.

Harold


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