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Re: [PATCH] GUB: fix cross/gcc for darwin-x86

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: Re: [PATCH] GUB: fix cross/gcc for darwin-x86
Date: Mon, 02 Nov 2009 21:28:26 +0100

Op donderdag 29-10-2009 om 02:21 uur [tijdzone -0700], schreef Patrick
> Hi,
> With luck, I finally managed to compile darwin-x86::cross/gcc with the
> attached patch.  See the commit summary for an explanation.
> I could never find the source of the error, even after extensive shell
> tracing.  :(

Is this with a LIBRESTRICT=open:stat build, or with a build that
still has traces of that (ie, bash or sed installed in 
target/tools/root; libtool built with that bash, etc?)

I ask because one source of problems with open:stat restriction
is mismatches in $SHELL/$(SHELL) usage/ detection by configure, 
or in Makefiles.

+-            $(SHELL) ./ ../../gcc/$${fix_dir} \
++            $(SHELL) -c true ../../gcc/$${fix_dir} \

I'm not sure what does, exactly, but this is effectively
undoing that -- possibly that's a bit crude?


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