[parisc-linux] Re: hppa-linux gcc-3.0.3:

JoŽl Soete jso@europay.com
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 18:53:49 +0100


Ok I just launch the download of binutils snapshot dated of today.
I will then follow the 'recipe'.

Than again for all,

PS: I would try natively (on my palinux box directly) with MACH=hppa-linux
i.e.: ~/source/binutils/configure --host=hppa-linux ... ?

                    "John David                                                                                      
                    Anglin"                To:     jso@europay.com (JoŽl Soete)                                      
                    <dave@hiauly1.h        cc:     carlos@baldric.uwo.ca, parisc-linux@lists.parisc-linux.org        
                    ia.nrc.ca>             Subject:     Re: [parisc-linux] Re: hppa-linux gcc-3.0.3:                 
                    18-02-02 05:41                                                                                   

> Thanks for advise but I speek well about the new (annonced on
> http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/gcc.html: ...The next major release, GCC
> 3.1,...) gcc release 3.1.

I am building 3.1 experimental regularly from the main gcc cvs source.
I have built glibc with it.  You probably should get the cvs binutils
because it contains a long branch related fix which will cause a seg
fault early in the bootstrap.  You can avoid it by using "-O2" in
stage1.  I have a couple of small fixes that need to go in regarding
linking with milli and pthreads routines.  The gcc testsuite (expect)
seems to trigger a parisc-linux bug which fills /var with page fault
error mesages.

I am currently trying to get dw2 unwinding working.

J. David Anglin                                  dave.anglin@nrc.ca
National Research Council of Canada              (613) 990-0752 (FAX:

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