As the subject says... i upgraded to stable/10 without special options, clang is the default compiler but the gcc4.2.1 whose sources are in the tree is not compiled.
Is there any way to get both gcc and clang compiled during a buildworld ? Or any port that brings in the gcc 4.2.1 (and not one of the more modern ones ?) For those curious, the reason i am asking is the following, and it might well be unrelated to gcc: i used to build picobsd with gcc, and part of picobsd's boostrap is a "make toolchain". When i hosted this on stable/9 with gcc i could cross build picobsd using basically any source tree. Now, however, hosting the build on stable/10 with clang, the "make toolchain" on a stable/9 tree fails and i need to do a full "make buildworld" to bootstrap. I don't know what fails exactly, but i see a ton of warnings and possibly errors in the 'make toolchain' phase that i thought might be due to a compiler/source mismatch. Maybe not. In any case, I'd still like to have gcc. cheers luigi _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"