Using m4 in the temporary tools and installing it after autoconf in chapter 6 makes a tool of a autoconf link to the m4 in /tools

Jeremy Huntwork jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Oct 18 19:09:48 PDT 2008


Bryan Kadzban wrote:

> I'd prefer to get rid of it.  It wasn't there at all (since 2007 or so)
> until gcc's extra bits added it as a requirement...

I'd tend to agree, but, if it's not built at all in chapter 5, what do 
you do in chapter 6 for final gcc?

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JH



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