RFC: multilib support for uClibc
rob at landley.net
Thu Jan 24 01:42:35 UTC 2008
On Tuesday 22 January 2008 06:37:35 Bernd Schmidt wrote:
> For the Blackfin, we need to compile several versions of uClibc and
> install them in such a way that the cross compilers will find them. To
> do this, we've come up with the following patch (combined from multiple
> contributions by Jie Zhang, Mike Frysinger and myself).
> Essentially, this adds two additional path components to the install
> directories, $(SUFFIX) and $(MULTILIB), which correspond to gcc's
> "sysroot suffix" and multilib directory.
> For historical reasons, this patch adds MULTILIB as a uClibc config
> option, and leaves SUFFIX to be passed as an argument to make. I can
> either keep this or make both/neither config options.
> Any coments on this patch? Objections? Would anyone mind testing this
> on a system other than bfin?
*shrug* I build multiple cross compilers, each of which has a wrapper script
that feeds it -nostdinc and -nostdlib and then builds up its own paths. (I
gave up on trying to make the gcc path logic do anything useful years ago.)
So as long as it doesn't _interfere_ with me manually specifying where to
install the darn things, I don't particularly care. (If it does, I'll skip
the install script and cp the darn suckers myself.)
This has no impact on the actual binaries, right?
"One of my most productive days was throwing away 1000 lines of code."
- Ken Thompson.
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