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RE: 3rd problem: Bug cross-compiling bash (with buildroot): mkbuiltins u

From: kus Kusche Klaus
Subject: RE: 3rd problem: Bug cross-compiling bash (with buildroot): mkbuiltins uses config.h
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 08:50:59 +0200

> > The same problem occurs when compiling psize.c:
> > 
> > It is compiled for the host with the defines in "config.h",
> > which are valid for the target environment only.
> > 
> > Moreover, running "psize.c" on the host is irrelevant anyway:
> > The size of a pipe on the host is not the same as the size of
> > a pipe on the target...
> Luckily, this provides only a last-ditch default.  Just about every
> system should have the posix defines that provide the correct value.
> Chet

Well, if it is a last-ditch default only, than it is even worse that
its compilation causes the whole bash build to fail:
psize.c does not compile at all with the wrong config.h included
on my system, and make stops.

Besides, make also ran psize on my system, although the target system
defines PIPE_BUF in its headers. What are you checking / looking for
for the pipe size?

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