On Mon, 2018-09-03 at 20:47 +0000, Laurent Bercot wrote: > The existence of my toolchains, and Zach's, is relatively > independent from the existence of lh-bootstrap and mkroot.
I can only speak for 'mkroot' and say that my toolchains came to exist upon Landley's remark that "someone should do that" -- > And landley made it very clear that he does not want to host > GPLv3 binaries on his sites, that's why he does not offer > precompiled toolchains. I don't know whether that played a > part in Zach's decision to host his own binary toolchains. This is precisely the reason, per Landley's request/blessing, and that I use them extensively in my own dev environments. > So there's not much human work involved and not much wheel > reinvention - you can consider it as different takes on the > same idea, and pick and choose which one suits you best. More > user choice ! :) Exactly. The only thing I will boast is that the 'mkroot'-based ones support a handful more architectures at this moment, but Laurent has more GCC versions available. Like pumpkins, u-pick. ZV