On 06/10/2014 11:04, Luigi Rizzo wrote: > 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.
$ cat /etc/src.conf WITH_GCC=yes WITH_GNUCXX=yes Eric _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"