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Re: Link tests when cross compiling

From: Mike Frysinger
Subject: Re: Link tests when cross compiling
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 18:45:33 -0400
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On Friday 12 April 2013 18:02:36 NightStrike wrote:
> This is for a pthread replacement library that should be compilable
> before we have a working compiler.  I did not make the initial build
> system for this, so I have to see what problem this macro is trying to
> solve.
> Conceivably, though, we should be able to turn it on conditionally in
> the worst case instead of all the time.  IOW, only use it if we are
> bootstrapping.
> What I want to ultimately do is actually test to see if we are in said
> bootstrap environment.  In that case, we need to build a fake libgcc
> to link in.  Any idea how to do that?

glibc already does this for its initial bootstrap.  but this line of 
questioning doesn't make much sense on the autoconf list.  this should be gcc 
and/or glibc's libc-help.

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