Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2017 10:18:58 +0200 From: Didier Kryn <kryn@...p3.fr> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: musl-cross-make doesn't install gcc binaries Le 03/10/2017 à 10:11, Didier Kryn a écrit : > Le 02/10/2017 à 17:57, Rich Felker a écrit : >>> I have recently discovered the existence of musl-cross-make and >>> thought it would be a great way to upgrade my toolchain (forgetting >>> temporarily Ada). I downloaded it in my musl chroot. It built >>> without error, which is a pretty new experience for me - >>> congratulations! But, after make install, only binutils' binaries >>> are installed: >>> >>> /# ls /usr/pkg/x86_64-linux-musl >>> bin include lib >>> /# ls /usr/pkg/x86_64-linux-musl/bin >>> ar as ld ld.bfd nm objcopy objdump ranlib readelf strip >>> >>> The gcc binaries seem to be in >>> musl-cross-make/build/local/x86_64-linux-musl/obj_toolchain/gcc >>> (cc1, cc1plus, gcc-ar, gcc-cross etc). Are these the final gcc >>> binaries or intermediate tools? >> What "make install" command line did you use, and what options (if >> any) in config.mak? You need to specify the output directory where the >> toolchain will be installed; it would not appear under /usr/pkg unless >> you configured it as such. >> > I just ran 'make'; and, when it was finished, 'make install' > > Everything is configured in config.mak. Here it is (I've removed > the comments): > > # config.mak > TARGET = x86_64-linux-musl > OUTPUT = /usr/pkg > DL_CMD = wget -c -O > > COMMON_CONFIG += CC="gcc -static --static" CXX="g++ -static --static" > COMMON_CONFIG += CFLAGS="-O2" CXXFLAGS="-O2" > COMMON_CONFIG += --disable-nls > GCC_CONFIG += --enable-languages=c,c++ > GCC_CONFIG += --disable-multilib > > 'make install' creates /usr/pkg/x86_64-linux-musl, and the subdirs > bin, include and lib. The issue is that, in bin, only binutils' > executables are installed. > > Thanks. > Didier > I forgot to mention that everything looks fine in subdirs include and lib. Only the gcc executables are missing.
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