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Re: Building shared library with libtool (fwd)
Then, I think I'm starting to understand what's wrong
with my configuration?
Installed on my system, I only have cris-gcc, cris-ar, cris-ld...
(they are in my PATH)
If I understand correctly your mail, I should have the
following binary installed:
On two debian system, one installed with debian binary package and
the other one installed from source I have "cris-gcc".
I'm not using "cris-dist-1.50" but the version for the previous board.
(probably somtething like cris-dist-1.25?)
Thanks and sorry for this long thread.
On Thu, 19 Feb 2004, Hans-Peter Nilsson wrote:
> > Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 18:07:43 +0100 (CET)
> > From: Aymeric MOIZARD <email@example.com>
> > Here is the result of:
> > ./configure --host=cris-axis-linux-gnu
> > ...
> > checking for cris-axis-linux-gnu-g77... no
> > checking for cris-axis-linux-gnu-f77... no
> > checking for cris-axis-linux-gnu-xlf... no
> > checking for cris-axis-linux-gnu-frt... no
> > ...
> > ...
> Well those tools you list aren't there, for any cris-* prefix.
> You forgot to include the output for the important one, checking
> cris-axis-linux-gnu-gcc. And if configure didn't find
> cris-axis-linux-gnu-gcc, *did you really set PATH to include
> /usr/local/cris/bin*? I assume you use cris-dist-1.50 or newer,
> or you have to play with symlinks or environment variables.
> > I've made links as I said for all cris utilities like this:
> > cris-gcc -> cris-linux-gcc
> > And it just worked! :-)
> And that's just the wrong way to do it, so to whoever else is
> listening, don't do that, folks. Again, for the last time,
> (promise!) just do both of these:
> 1. Set PATH to include /usr/local/cris/bin (you may keep /usr/local/cris).
> 2. When running configure, pass it "--host=cris-axis-linux-gnu".
> brgds, H-P