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Re: Cross-compilation Mach 1.3


From: TFC Juan Antonio Sánchez y Juan Antonio García
Subject: Re: Cross-compilation Mach 1.3
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 00:18:11 +0200

Hi again,


     Im compiling mach 1.3 with gcc 3.3.5 and mig in Debian Linux.
With  ../configure --build=i686-pc-linux-gnu --host=i686-pc-gnu and
make later,  I obtain the next error:

In file included from ../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:51:
../i386/i386/proc_reg.h:142:13: missing terminating " character
../i386/i386/proc_reg.h:143:25: invalid suffix "f" on integer constant
In file included from ../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:51:
../i386/i386/proc_reg.h:143: error: parse error before numeric constant
../i386/i386/proc_reg.h:145:9: missing terminating " character
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c: In function `mem_size_init':
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:214: error: `phys_first_addr' undeclared (first use i
n this function)
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:214: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported o
nly once
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:214: error: for each function it appears in.)
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c: In function `i386at_init':
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:273: error: parse error before ';' token
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c: In function `pmap_valid_page':
../i386/i386at/model_dep.c:589: error: `phys_first_addr' undeclared (first use i
n this function)
make: *** [model_dep.o] Error 1



                                                      Any idea?   


                                                                       Regards






     

2005/7/20, Thomas Schwinge <address@hidden>:
> On Wed, Jul 20, 2005 at 10:17:53PM +0200, TFC Juan Antonio Sánchez y Juan 
> Antonio García wrote:
> >       could anybody say me where i can find documentation about
> > cross-compilation of Mach?
> 
> There is Alfred's cross compilation guide at
> <URL:www.update.uu.se/~ams/home/notes/cross-compiler> (seems to be down
> at the moment), which I adapted into a shell script (which I want to
> polish some more before publishing it).
> 
> 
> > Im working under Debian Linux
> 
> You can compile GNU Mach natively on GNU/Linux.
> On Debian, installing the 'mig' package (and the usual build-environment)
> should be sufficient.
> 
> 
> Regards,
>  Thomas
>




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