On Friday 02 July 2010 14:59:49 Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Friday 02 July 2010 14:57:20 Jan-Simon Möller
We should start with Ports:ARM:Factory:Base:build
as a clone with the
packages of Base:build and run for now without cross-compilation. The
cross-compiler ist still @gcc-4.2.2 and Factory has a newer version so
these don't match.
I have disabled the "gcc" package for now. That means it will (try to)
build gcc45, but it will not get used as default compiler.
Where can I find the cross-compiler, which is used ?
As I said:
11.2:Base:build is base:build without crosscompiler
11.2:Base:build:cross is the layer with the crosscompiler put on top of that.
-> there it is.
We should really: start with base:build, without cross-compiler and do this
clean/fresh first. Then the cross-compiler. Then we can do whatever we want on
IMHO rebuilding Factory now with 4.4.2 doesn't make much sense. We just see
what all is broken in this very combination.
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