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Re: Any solution to the mock / gcc -m32 bug yet?



On Sat, Feb 21, 2009 at 12:28:25PM -0500, Ben Boeckel wrote:
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> Jesse Keating wrote:
> > x86_64 repo, like wine is.  I also hate these hacks, as I'd rather see
> > effort put into making the code work, if the software itself is
> > generally useful.  If its not generally useful, then does it really
> > belong in Fedora, let alone hacked around to force it to be multilib ?
> 
> It is used in some cross-compilers for Mac (see 
> http://biolpc22.york.ac.uk/pub/linux-mac-cross/). However, getting that into 
> Fedora would prove much harder (the compiler source is available, but the 
> headers, libraries and associated files are in archives deep inside .dmg files 
> only available behind a login on the Apple site, possibly without source 
> readily available).

The headers are APSL 2.0.  The C runtime is non-free however, so that
is definitely an impediment.

Rich.

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