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Re: [bug-gettext] Host g++ used when cross-compiling (fix included)

From: Marko Lindqvist
Subject: Re: [bug-gettext] Host g++ used when cross-compiling (fix included)
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2011 15:43:25 +0300

On 31 July 2011 11:25, Marko Lindqvist <address@hidden> wrote:
> I've been trying to cross-compile gettext (or any 0.18
> version) to MinGW from Linux. With same setup 0.17 compiles fine.


 My assumption,based on error messages I got, is that for
cross-compiling gettext to MinGW, libtool 2.4 is needed, but
gettext tarball has been bootstrapped with libtool 2.2.6 (as
seen in included ltmain.sh) I modified my build process accordingly,
and got it working. This of course is not  100% certain proof that my
original assumption is correct; it may be just coincidence that
problem got solved by modifications I did.

 Here is how build now works:

1. Apply patch from my previous mail
2. libtoolize (with libtool 2.4)
3. ./autogen.sh --quick --skip-gnulib
4. Set "gl_cv_func_memchr_works=yes" on configure command line

 If anybody is interested about details,  this is now part of
dllstack.sh script (
http://svn.cazfi.net/viewvc/crosser/trunk/dllstack.sh?view=markup ) of
crosser project ( http://www.cazfi.net/crosser/ )

 - ML

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