[PATCH] libc: Replace i386/sys/fenv.h symlink with an #include shim
Thu Mar 11 07:13:57 GMT 2021
> > > This doesn't work. The machine-specific header will get installed to
> > > $DESTDIR/usr/include/sys/fenv.h, and it will now include a non-existing
> > > file. We have to keep the symlink or to duplicate the file.
> > How come the newlib/libm/machine/i386/fenv.c non-symlink works? Is it
> > installed differently?
> It's not installed at all. It's a source file so the include only has
> to work at build time. The header file on the other hand will be
> installed on the target. As such, the result has to work on the target.
Ah, right. But then I'm confused how a symlink can work in the first
place. I guess some part of the build process copies the contents
instead of the file.
More to the point, how big of an issue would be to duplicate the file?
> > Coincidentally, is newlib/libc/machine/ft32/stpcmp.S file correct?
> I have no idea, you have to ask the guys knowing that chip type.
I didn't read the instructions, it's just the label looks wrong. :)
Should I start another thread?
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