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Re: sh4 architecture into Wheezy


2011/4/26 Neil McGovern <neil@halon.org.uk>:
> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 12:58:24PM +0900, Nobuhiro Iwamatsu wrote:
>> > We don't have faster hardware.
>> > We think of a too slow thing in a question....
>> A test of gcc of sh4 takes time.
>> When there is not a test, a package is done in about two days.
>> How does sh4 become targeted for the release architecture?
>> Can sh4 disable gcc test?
> I woudn't be particularly happy with that unless the gcc maintainers ok
> it, and I'm still not sure that two days is also an acceptable
> timescale.


> Have you tried a SH4A with a dual core? At the moment, I think that this
> issue is severe enough that it can't be a release architecture. (Note
> that if it is solved, there may be other problems, but we can get to
> those later.)

I have the board which this CPU on. However, I cannot use it for
Buildd because this is for development.

Is buildd using distcc accommodate?

If it is a cause that speed of buildd is slow, Debian may not support
the CPU for embedded.

Best regards,
> Neil
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