jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Apr 26 07:25:17 PDT 2005
Wanted to get some opinions about what should be done here. There is a
patch that's applied to gcc in the Cross-LFS book,
gcc-3.4.3-posix-1.patch. The instructions for the gcc-static build
there, as per LFS history, mention that only the gcc-core tarball is
necessary since we're not testing the compile, nor are we building the
C++ libs. However, that patch fails to apply with just the core tarball
unpacked. It includes patches to the libjava and libstdc++ dirs.
So. Any ideas on how best to work around this one? Shall we alter the
patch? Or, shall we drop the suggestion to unpack just the core tarball?
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