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Re: Bug#154179: Please create binary-sh[34] and remove binary-sh

ISHIKAWA Mutsumi wrote:
>  No, it is not same as i386 vs i686.
>  Please refer the mail written by NIIBE Yutaka <gniibe@m17n.org>
>  http://lists.debian.org/debian-superh/2001/debian-superh-200109/msg00011.html
>  The object and/or shared library are *not* compatible  between SH3
> and SH4, so we can not mix SH3 and SH4 binary on the same environmet.

While in another mail you wrote:

> >> I'm not yet an official Debian developer (NM process in progress), but
> >> my buildd processes for sh3 and sh4 have successfully built 837 and 3365
> >> debs respectively so far.  Please visit http://debian.dodes.org/.
> >>
> >> Most of them are ready to be uploaded to ftp.debian.org and become
> >> official Debian packages.  Is it possbile to ask someone to sponsor the
> >> uploading?
>  Of cause, I'll do this ;-)
>  And I'm restarting binary-sh3/-sh4 build on my own machine.

Did you refer to "machines" (i.e. plural) or are you going to build sh4 *and*
sh3 on the same machine?  In which case I wonder why the binaries won't run
on the same machine if you can build them on the same and cross-compilers
are deprecated for various reasons.



The MS-DOS filesystem is nice for removable media.  -- H. Peter Anvin

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