[parisc-linux] Don't rebuild gcc/glibc yet
11 Jul 2000 11:06:37 -0400
glibc is currently a bit borken, probably because I foolishly tried to
enable 'long double' support in gcc:
/home/dhd/src/parisc/glibc-build/libc.a(vfscanf.o): In function `_IO_vfscanf':
/home/dhd/src/parisc/glibc/stdio-common/vfscanf.c:1582: undefined reference to `_U_Qfneg'
/home/dhd/src/parisc/glibc-build/libc.a(strtold.o): In function `__strtold_internal':
/home/dhd/src/parisc/glibc/stdlib/strtod.c:532: undefined reference to `_U_Qfcnvff_sgl_to_quad'
Is the long double stuff in gcc supposed to work at all? (i.e. are
there definitions of those functions anywhere?) I get 'sizeof(long
double) == 0' when configuring glibc, but strangely enough it still
wants to use them...
For now I'll back out that bit in gcc. Sorry about this.
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