rob at landley.net
Mon Oct 6 20:26:43 PDT 2014
On 10/06/14 21:53, scsijon wrote:
>> Also, I might want to make an external toolchain building project that
>> does newer toolchains. I wouldn't distribute binaries of those (GPLv3 is
>> a proprietary license I don't want to get on me) but buildroot
>> deprecated and _removed_ its native toolchain code, and crosstool-ng
>> apparently decided not to go there, and aboriginal needs BOTH cross and
>> native toolchains to do its thing, so...
> might be worth having a quick look at how T2 does theirs in building T2
> then, as they can go down 9 layers (although usually only 5 or 7 are
> needed) of toolchain to do both.
What does "9 layers" mean in this context?
(Linux From Scratch generally has basic instructions how to build
currentish gcc, if I care enough I can just read their version.)
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