[gccsdk] OSLib cross-build fail

Theo Markettos theo at markettos.org.uk
Mon Nov 28 18:17:19 PST 2011

On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 01:02:08AM +0000, John Tytgat wrote:
> Yes, you're right, it is a bug in DefMod2 and gets triggered by binutils
> 2.21.1 (at gccsdk trunk we're now using binutils 2.22).  I've commited
> a fix.

Thanks, that was quick.  Next question...

When I try to link my program (using ro-make), I'm getting moans that GCCSDK
was built with hard-float:

gcc -O2 -Wall -mlibscl -mmodule -o shaputty.o -c shaputty.c 
[lots similar]
cmunge -tgcc -apcs 3/32/fpe3 -o crhdr.o cmhg/crhdr
[cmunge reports no errors]
gcc -mlibscl -mmodule -o CryptRand crmod.o error.o event.o noise.o randputty.o sha.o syslog.o version.o shaputty.o crhdr.o -l OSLib32 
error: /local/scratch/atm26/riscos/gccsdk/cross/lib/gcc/arm-unknown-riscos/4.6.3/scl/fpu/module/libgcc.a(_udivsi3.o)
uses hardware FP, whereas CryptRand uses software FP
failed to merge target specific data of file

I don't set any options to build the gcc libraries hard-float, I just ran
build-world to do everything... is that really what's wanted?

And another question... I'm building a tree that looks like:

autobuilder/cryptrandom/cryptrandom: the source tree downloaded from CVS
autobuilder/cryptrandom/package: things to go in the RiscPkg archive, including
(currently with a faked-up module as it won't build yet)

My ab_package has:

        mkdir -p $D/$SYSTEM_DIR
        cp $S/CryptRand,ffa $D/$SYSTEM_DIR/
        $AB_HOME/add-riscpkg -section System

But I'm getting:
add-riscpkg: Setting filetypes...
add-riskpkg: Finished
Autobuilder: Packaging files
Autobuilder: Packaging as cryptrandom
Autobuilder: package directory missing cryptrandom

I've added a pwd line to build-program thus:
    echo "Autobuilder: Packaging as $package"
    if [ -d "$package" ] ; then

What's happening is it's failing the -d "$package" line because it's looking
for a directory autobuilder/cryptrandom/package/cryptrandom to zip up, which
doesn't exist.  Am I doing something silly with my directories?  I tried
changing the package name so it wasn't the same as the source tree name, but
that didn't make a difference.


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