Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Compiling the Cross Compiler on Mac OS X
Re: Compiling the Cross Compiler on Mac OS X
From: Trevor Savage <closetpacifist_at_myrealbox.com>
Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2003 23:04:24 -0400
The latest version of binutils compiled fine, out of the box.
After that gcc 3.3 compiled better, but still didn't get there. Only
difference from the 3.1 compile was that you also had to run 'limit
stack 800' at the command line. Also had to add -I/usr/include/ to
$INCLUDES in /gcc-3.3/gcc/Makefile.
Tried compiling 3.1 again, it worked GREAT!
When I try to compile Rockbox, however, I get the following errors or so:
plugins.h: No such file or directory
lang.h: No such file or directory
collect2: ld terminated with signal 10 [Bus error], core dumped
Also, when I try to compile the uisimulator I get these errors:
/usr/include/ppc/endian.h:73: warning: redefinition of macro
gcc3: unrecognized option `-pthread'
ld: Undefined symbols:
The fix for the last one, which stops the compile, is evidentially to
replace all instances of strtok_r with strtok, but there /are/ no
instances of strtok_r that I can find in rockbox...
On Friday, July 4, 2003, at 09:19 PM, Trevor Savage wrote:
> Installed binutils 2.11 as per the instructions on the rockbox page.
> Then, as gcc evidentially didn't compile on OS X until version 3.1, I
> set about compiling gcc 3.1.
> I s/.global/.globl/'s the first part of the lib1funcs.asm file, then I
> executed the following commands:
Received on 2003-07-07