On 4/4/19 1:24 AM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
On 4/3/19 11:15 PM, Eero Tamminen wrote:
Documentation mentions that building it is tricky because it
needs both AmigaOS & Atari TOS build-chains and Linux headers.
There are toolchains based on gcc-2.95 which support cross-building
COFF binaries for AmigaOS, for example:
There are certainly more of these as the Amiga community usually
cross-compiles a lot of the modern software that they write for
Sure, but I thought that Debian policy requires everything in main
to be compiled from sources and those sources to be in repos,
including the toolchains used to build the binaries in the packages?
I don't know about TOS/m68k but I'm sure the Atari community has
created their own toolchain based on gcc as well.
Most people use still gcc 4.6, latest currently available is gcc 8.3:
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