[haiku] Re: gcc4 hibryd

  • From: Skar Cat <skarmiglione.sk4r@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 01:12:49 -0500

2009/2/24 Michael Lotz <mmlr@xxxxxxxx>

> > Skar Cat wrote:
> > > normally i compile the system in the old way with the mind on gcc
> > > 2,95
> > > but now what is possble make the hibrid version i wanna know How.
> >
> > Now here's where I wasn't too clear on things, but it seemed to work
> > for
> > me. I'm not sure if you need to actually build the gcc2 version of
> > the
> > tree or not, but I did after discovering the gcc4 build wouldn't run
> > most of the applications in my compile.
> >
> >     cd ../generated-gcc2 && jam -q
> >     cd ../generated-gcc4 && jam -q
> That's not how you do it. The build system will build the collection of
> libraries for the other GCC version automatically as part of the
> process. But for this to work you have to actually enable inclusion of
> those. The --alternative switch will only tell it where to put them
> when compiled, not to actually compile them. For this you need to add

then this of up side are unuseful?

> To your UserBuildConfig. Then a zip including the libraries for the
> other GCC version will be built and extracted to the installation. You
> then compile either in the generated directory for GCC2 to build a GCC2
> base with GCC4 alternative libraries or you build in the generated
> directory for GCC4 to build a GCC4 base with GCC2 alternative libraries
> .
then is only need mak a jam -q @disk?

if i understand is only needed tell to the userbuild config the option of
include the alternative libs and make the other things normally? correct me

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