Jules Bjørn Colding
JuBColding at yorkref.com
Wed Feb 26 03:58:55 PST 2003
Patch attached for the lazy.
On Wed, 2003-02-26 at 12:34, Greg Schafer wrote:
> The last time this came up was here:-
> Whilst working on the pure_lfs hint, Ryan and myself have come to the
> conclusion that the current "install-no-fixedincludes" Makefile target just
> doesn't cut the mustard..
> Using the patch is cleaner and results in a quicker build and doesn't fall
> over if using "--enable-version-specific-runtime-libs":-
> - speeds up the build due to no searching of headers to fix
> - speeds up the build as libgcc_s.so.1 doesn't get relinked at install time
> - misleading README doesn't get installed
> - no silly zero byte "fixed" file left over
> The target really does seem like a legacy item left over from yesteryear
> that nobody else in the world uses. And the comments in the following thread
> seem to confirm it:-
> We are moving back to the patch for the hint and I encourage LFS to do same
> (at least whilst using 3.2.x) until the situation is re-evaluated once gcc
> 3.[3,4] get released.
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