The state of Darwin/OSX

Titus von Boxberg titus@v9g.de
Mon May 17 12:43:00 GMT 2010


Am 17.05.2010 um 14:19 schrieb Yann E. MORIN:
> 
>> Do you want a separate patch for each gnu-tool or
>> is the patch for gnu-tools ok as it is?
> 
> The only dubious hunk in that patch in the fact that you invert the check
> for gawk/awk. This is purely gratuitous, and I would like it removed.
That is dropped now.

> 3 U use-configguess-on-bsd:
>  No longer applies cleanly, please fix.
Should be fixed.
> 5 U wrapper-compile-commandline:
>  Breaks canadian-cross: do not use cc, but really _do_ use ${CT_HOST}-gcc
>  You can't -D${CT_SYS_OS} because it can be something like: GNU/Linux
>  and this is not a valid macro name. Or we just always use: uname -s
>  (and get rid of uname -o)
>  Space damage.

Calls to ${CT_HOST}-gcc do not work anymore on MacOS.
Is it ok for you if I define a new variable, say CT_HOST_GCC,
and if I replace the three or so calls of ${CT_HOST}-gcc with it?

Regards
Titus


--
For unsubscribe information see http://sourceware.org/lists.html#faq



More information about the crossgcc mailing list