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Re: How to cross-compile
There are several tools that are built as part of the toolchain, some
of them could be replaced distribution time built files (like yacc/lex).
I've started several times to do this work, but never completed. Its
possible to do. The Heimdal that is inside NetBSD is built using cross-
1 feb 2008 kl. 12.13 skrev <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I wanted to know if there is a better way to cross-compile Heimdal?
> I am trying to compile on a Linux 2.6 Intel box for a PowerPC 2.6
> box. I set
> the host and build correctly, but the problem I am running into is the
> configure script is using the PowerPC compiler for building
> executables (such
> as bits, make_roken, etc) for the PPC. From my reading it sounds
> like these
> should be built with the native intel compiler to generate code
> (header files)
> for the PPC.
> Is there an option to cause the configure script to use the native
> compiler for these items?