Re: How do I fix a -dcv1 vs. -cross mess?
Can anyone confirm whether or not the cross-compilation code in the Debian
gcc-3.3 package has been upgraded to put "provides: *-dcv1" in the things
I've had a trawl through all the Debian GCC changelogs, and I find that:
gcc-3.4 was fixed in 3.4.6-2
gcc-4.0 was fixed in 4.0.3-3
gcc-4.1 was fixed in 4.1.0-2
gcc-3.3 has not been fixed. So gcc-3.3 cannot be used with the current dpkg-cross.
Does anyone know if it is possible to write conflict rules so that you cannot
erroneously install the new dpkg-cross when you have a cross-compiler that it
will not work with? I can't think of an alternative to enumerating all the
OK, so I will build myself a newer cross-compiler. Let's hope I can avoid
most of the C++ ABI issues...