[Buildroot] gcc breaks when compiling in final-stage

Benjamin Tietz benjamin at micronet24.de
Fri Aug 3 19:20:49 UTC 2007

On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 08:02:05PM +0200, Bernhard Fischer wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 11:10:21AM +0200, Benjamin Tietz wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >when building the internal toolchain with, at least, gcc 4.1.2 it breaks
> >in the final stage. Complaining about that there is no rule to build
> >/usr/bin/i686-linux-uclibc-as. As you can see, there is the
> >$(STAGING_DIR) missing. Looking into the Makefile, it turns out that a
> >lot of variables named like ORIGINAL_(TOOL)_FOR_TARGET are defined that
> >way; replacing (TOOL) with AS, LD, NM. 
> >There where already installed into the correct lcation, under
> >$(STAGING_DIR)/usr/bin; just these variables are mistakenly generated.
> >
> >What would be the fastest way to fix this?
> revert that ORIGINAL_(TOOL)_FOR_TARGET stuff.
> Ulf, until this stuff works, please create yourself a branch to work on.

I'm sorry but on rereading my mail, I have to realize that I wasn't
clear enough.
those ORIGINAL_..._FOR_TARGET doesn't appear in the buildroots  Makefile
but in the Makefile of the gcc; exactly in

I'm sorry for that mistake.
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