Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2018 14:34:39 +0300 From: John Found <johnfound@...32.info> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: How to use MUSL without installing it? On Tue, 4 Sep 2018 11:40:20 +0200 Szabolcs Nagy <nsz@...t70.net> wrote: > * John Found <johnfound@...32.info> [2018-09-03 23:24:41 +0300]: > > I am writing a script that to compile musl, then a program with musl, using the latest versions. > > > > I am doing it following way: > > > > mkdir muslsrc > > tar --wildcards --strip-components 1 -C ./muslsrc/ -xzf ./musl*.tar.gz > > cd muslsrc > > ln -s /usr/bin/ar ./i386-ar > > ln -s /usr/bin/ranlib ./i386-ranlib > > ./configure --prefix=../musl --host=i386 CC="gcc -m32 -O3" > > i think you need . in PATH for this to work Well, it works this way actually. > > i think you can pass 'CROSS_COMPILE=' to configure > and then you don't need such symlinks. > What value should I set CROSS_COMPILE to? i386? > > make > > make install > > cd .. > > > > Then I am compiling agains ./musl/ directory. > > > > But after "make" I have all needed files in ./muslsrc/ directory. > > Is it possible to use them directly instead of making fake "installation"? > > no, the right way is to run make install > (DESTDIR and --prefix works the usual way) > there are only a small number of files that are copied > this way, if you directly use the build directory then > the target specific header files are not set up correctly, > i think you can hack that around with a bits symlink and > appropriate modifications to musl-gcc and the specs file, > but such hacks are not guaranteed to work in the future. Well, I will keep it the right way then. BTW, "make install" tries to create symlink for ld-musl-i386.so in /usr/lib/ directory How to prevent this attempt? -- John Found <johnfound@...32.info>
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