Re: Freeze Please?
- To: David Schleef <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: Freeze Please?
- From: Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2003 00:16:31 +0900
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I'm responding to a very old thread, but:
> > Actually, that's sound. GCC is the most likely software to
> > cross-compile correctly, because people spend a lot of time making it
> > work.
> I've considered writing a simple gcc wrapper script that, when
> executed on a m68k machine, would transfer the relevant files
> to a faster machine, cross-compile them, and transfer the
> results back. Of course, the transferring would be done most
> conveniently via NFS. This method would likely work immediately
> for a large number of packages, without the widespread problems
> typical with full cross compilation.
DODES is probably what you are looking for, which was a system for
SuperH, but nevertheless.