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Re: Cross-compilers.



Brendan Conoboy <blc redhat com> wrote:

> > We might want to put libgcc into a separate package for the
> > cross-toolchain, unless we can _fake_ the presence of glibc. We might
> > only really need a dummy DSO to link libgcc against; it doesn't actually
> > have to be glibc -- it only needs about 10 symbols to be present iirc.
> 
> Would you trust a gcc built against a fake glibc?  I wouldn't.  When
> bootstrapping a glibc targeted cross compiler, my method is:

Is there any particular reason libgcc needs to be built as part of gcc?  Can
they be split so that you can build: gcc, glibc, libgcc in that order?

David


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