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From: Oleksandr Gavenko
Subject: Re: TARGET_ARCH
Date: Fri, 28 May 2010 15:27:05 +0300
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On 2010.05.27 18:09, address@hidden wrote:
What is TARGET_ARCH typically expected to be set to for cross building with the 
implicit gmake rules?

The C implicit rule is:

But most hits I see talk about defining TARGET_ARCH to be "arm" or similar.  Of course, 
doing that makes gcc say "gcc: arm: No such file or directory".

The info pages have nothing to say.

The only reference I saw in the mailing list archives was from 2005, and it 
advised just not using implicit rules.

 $ info make | grep TARGET_ARCH  || echo nothing found

print nothing found. This is not GNU Make issue.

Under "The GNU Project Build Tools" doc you can find:

     The canonical configuration name of the target.

     The first three parts of the canonical target configuration name.

usually this vars joined into triplet:


this like you target_arch.

And these vars used in conditions, not command line switches.

С уважением, Александр Гавенко.

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