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RE: Building cross glibc/gcc (gnu/stubs.h)
- From: "Ellcey, Steve" <sellcey at mips dot com>
- To: Christer Solskogen <christer dot solskogen at gmail dot com>, "libc-help at sourceware dot org" <libc-help at sourceware dot org>
- Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2012 20:07:46 +0000
- Subject: RE: Building cross glibc/gcc (gnu/stubs.h)
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| If you use the latest and greatest glibc (from the master branch) and
| the latest and greatest gcc (trunk from subversion) you will not have
| any trouble.
That is what I was doing. I updated both glibc and gcc again and redid the
build and ran into the same problem. When glibc and glibc-ports were in
separate repositories, it was necessary to create a symlink in the glibc
repo to point at glibc-ports. I don't need to create any symlinks now that
everything is in one repository do I?
When I compare Makefile (from glibc) and libc/Makefile (from eglibc) I see
that the eglibc one is looking at a install-bootstrap-headers variable that I set when
running 'make install-headers'. That code does not seem to be in the glibc Makefile.
Is that expected? Are there any special flags/variables that need to be set when
doing the 'make install-headers' in order to get gnu/stubs.h. Or is there something
special I need to do when building GCC so it doesn't require gnu/stubs.h?
Here is my error when building GCC:
make: *** [_negdi2.o] Error 1
In file included from /home/sellcey/gcc/memcpy/sysroot-mips-mti-linux-gnu/usr/include/stdio.h:27:0,
/home/sellcey/gcc/memcpy/sysroot-mips-mti-linux-gnu/usr/include/features.h:399:23: fatal error: gnu/stubs.h: No such file or directory
make: *** [_lshrdi3.o] Error 1