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Re: [MiNT] gcc 4.2.2 build problem

On Fri, 2007-12-07 at 21:55 +0100, Vincent Rivière wrote:
> > make[3]: Entering directory
>  > `/ISO/Atari/GCC/gcc-4.2.2-mint/m68k-atari-mint/libssp'
> ...
>  > /ISO/Atari/GCC/gcc-4.2.2-mint/./gcc/include/limits.h:11:23: error:
>  > syslimits.h: No such file or directory
> So you are recompiling GCC. Great !
> Unfortunately, some information of the whole process is missing from my 
> page. More information is available here :
> http://groups.google.com/group/comp.sys.atari.st/browse_thread/thread/f1e2cd1306ffc897/2c0a793eeeefd5bc?lnk=st&q=#2c0a793eeeefd5bc
> The main idea is that the GCC package must be built in 2 steps.
> On the first step, only the cross-compiler "xgcc" is built.
> It is then used to build the libc (MiNTLib) and the libm (PML).
> After been built, these libraries must be installed into the system.
> Then the rest of GCC can be built (libssp, libstdc++-v3...)
> I guessed you tried to compile the whole GCC package in one pass. It 
> will not work.
> Follow my GCC build script, step by step, by copy/pasting the lines into 
> your terminal, and everything will be OK !

Actually, this problem turns out to be because you've disabled the
fixincludes code with defining STMP_FIXINC= in gcc/config/m68k/t-mint.

On Linux we need to run the fixincludes code so that it picks up the
correct syslimits.h definitions.

If there's still a problem on Cygwin when removing this STMP_FIXINC=
line, then I think it needs fixing elsewhere for Cygwin.

Can you try building again Vincent without STMP_FIXINC defined on
Cygwin ?