Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Using gcc 4.4.0 to compile Rockbox
Re: Using gcc 4.4.0 to compile Rockbox
From: Mark Allums <mark_at_allums.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 10:11:56 -0600
Thomas Martitz wrote:
> Mark Allums schrieb:
>> I did not apply any patches. I can do it over if I need to. The
>> patches might not work (might fail to apply) and I would need to edit
>> the source directly, which I am reluctant to do.
>> MArk Allums
> I don't think they should fail to apply. And if, it should not be hard
> to manually apply them, as they don't go deep into the source. The
> patches can be found here:
> Sadly, your codec performance comparison isn't really meaningful if not
> even your "recommended" compiler version (4.0.3) doesn't have the
> patches applied.
Sorry, I wasn't clear. 4.0.3 *does* have the one arm-related patch
available applied. Stuff for sh or coldfire or gcc 3.4.x did not apply,
so I did not apply those patches.
4.4.0 did not get patched, because it's not clear any apply. The diff
for 4.0.3 probably wouldn't work. I could "interpret" the contents of
the diff myself, and modify the corresponding file in 4.4.0 if necessary.
Received on 2009-02-24