OpenJDK zero on sparc linux
dennis at ausil.us
Mon Apr 7 06:44:23 PDT 2008
On Monday 07 April 2008, Christian Thalinger wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-04-07 at 15:21 +0200, seb at frankengul.org wrote:
> > Unfortunately, I'm unable to trick the build into using gcc-4.1
> > instead of gcc.
> > Even passing gcc-4.1 as CC works with the configure script but is
> > ignored when building
> > the interpreter.
> When cross-compiling I use:
> $ make ARCH=arm ARCH_DATA_MODEL=32 ALT_COMPILER_PATH=/path/to/compiler
> This should let you pick another GCC version.
> - twisti
to ensure that you always get sparc32 you can run sparc32bash first if
debian doesnt have sparc32bash then run sparc32 bash that will give you a 32
bit shell to start from. it will ensure that things are always the 32 bit
variant. ive seen some build fail due to reverting to 64 bit mid way
through a build if you run sparc32 ./configure && sparc32 make
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