[LFS Trac] #2056: Consider using --disable-shared for gcc pass 1

DJ Lucas dj at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Oct 11 21:47:11 PDT 2008


Randy McMurchy wrote:
> LFS Trac wrote:
>   
>> #2056: Consider using --disable-shared for gcc pass 1
>> --------------------------------------------+-------------------------------
>>  Reporter:  jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org  |        Owner:  dj at linuxfromscratch.org
>>      Type:  enhancement                     |       Status:  closed                 
>>  Priority:  high                            |    Milestone:  6.4                    
>> Component:  Book                            |      Version:  SVN                    
>>  Severity:  normal                          |   Resolution:  fixed                  
>>  Keywords:                                  |  
>> --------------------------------------------+-------------------------------
>> Changes (by dj at linuxfromscratch.org):
>>
>>   * status:  assigned => closed
>>   * resolution:  => fixed
>>
>> Comment:
>>
>>  Fixed in r8647.
>>     
>
> [Football game over :-) ]
>
> In my opinion, this puts the objective of releasing the new
> version at the end of the month sort of at risk. Perhaps I'm
> being too concerned about it, but changing the build of a
> toolchain package a couple weeks before release is risky.
>   
I believe that this has been tested pretty well by both Jeremy and Greg 
and checks OK for my last two jhalfs runs (well into Chapter 6 - having 
already been replaced by pass 2 gcc).  However, if needs be, it can 
easily be reverted.  Remember that this only affects the temporary 
toolchain until gcc-pass2.

I'd also like to introduce a change to gcc-pass2 that kills the /usr and 
/lib search dirs.  If you think it needs further testing before 
introduction, we'll decide on that, but IMO, we do have the time if we 
all keep churning out jhalfs runs (I do hope that you see how valuable 
jhalfs is now ;-) ).

If this last change checks out, I'll be letting it run to completion so 
that I can begin on the i18n testing/changes and then, later, ICA/Farce 
runs (which I will definitely need help interpreting).

-- DJ Lucas


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