[gccsdk] Building GCC 8
jwb at macpcrepair.co.uk
Tue Mar 31 11:44:14 PDT 2020
On 30/03/2020 11:49, Lee Noar wrote:
> On 30/03/2020 10:52, David Pitt wrote:
>> Lee Noar, on 30 Mar, wrote:
>>> When building GCC8 or using it as the compiler in the autobuilder, you
>>> have to have:
>>> in your build-setvars file.
>> Many thanks, the build does now complete and there is a !SharedLibs with
>> There was a minor matter at the end of the build.
>> Autobuilder: Packaging source
>> /home/djp/gccsdk/autobuilder/build-program: line 384: distclean:
>> command not
>> /home/djp/gccsdk/autobuilder/build-program: line 384: clean: command not
>> Package gcc: ***Failure***
>> Build for package "gcc" failed
I get the same. Still a bit rusty on exactly what is what, but in the
gcc Makefile (in build/gcc8/gcc/gcc-8.2.0/cross-build) I cannot see
targets of distclean and clean .. all I see are do-distclean and do-clean ..
Does this suggest a patch for the makefile to add distclean and clean
that access these targets?
>> Not a complete failure however.
>> djp at ubuntu1910:~/gccsdk/env$ ./ro-path gcc --version
>> arm-unknown-riscos-gcc (GCCSDK GCC 4.7.4 Release 3) 4.7.4
>> djp at ubuntu1910:~/gccsdk/env$ ./ro-path arm-riscos-gnueabihf-gcc
>> arm-riscos-gnueabihf-gcc (GCCSDK GCC 8.2.0) 8.2.0
>> Thanks again.
> I've never seen this because I always build with the -d switch, ie:
> ../autobuilder/build -d gcc
> as this causes the source code/build products to be retained for
> debugging and development. I'll have a look and see if I can
> fix it.
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