Re: Porting libreoffice to riscv64 arch
Am 12.05.22 um 15:35 schrieb Bo YU:
I am trying to build libreoffice packages on riscv64 arch.
With the attached patches, I can run LibreOffice building
- You patch configure. Why? It is a generated file.
(and it contains some Windows thingies while configure.ac does not...)
- You didn't adapt any of the *_ARCHS variables in debian/rules. (And
that one is a hand-edited list on architectures LO is supposed to work
on/did in the past, see below)
The full log is here:
I don't actually see a serious error here?
When I try to fix the other error from the configure log, but I am
lost in d/control file,
It's better to look at debian/rules and the variables/gazillions of ifs
here. debian/control is generated.
Wrt your error..
You mean clang? Ideally you get a clang here and then it will be there.
See also https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=963109.
In this case it's a new architecture so I'd be less strict. You can set
ALLOW_CLANG=n in rules and ignore the "error"...
Besides that I don't see an error here.
I think the dependences of libreoffice had been met but need reduce or
exclude some build-deps such others arch. But I am not sure how to
deal with it.
Could you have a look? I have real riscv64 hardware by hand so I can
What happens in the further build?
You should definitely get a failure at bridges I guess ;-):
You definitely have porting work before you. See e.g.
for arm64. You need to know the ABI and calling conventions.
(And no, unfortunately I can't help you in that, only to get it to apply
and (maybe) build system issues)