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More build oddities
- Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 15:47:18 +1200
- From: nigel at adi.co.nz (Nigel Spon)
- Subject: More build oddities
I'm trying to use scripts to build RTEMS under MacOS X, but I'm having
persistent difficulties with the PATH variable. I may be being over-
optimistic, but I thought I could avoid the nasty detail of having to
put the path to the RTEMS tools into my global .tcshrc file, by
invoking make from a script, like this:
make RTEMS_BSP="$BSP" install
This fails. The log file says:
checking for style of include used by make... GNU
checking for powerpc-rtems4.8-gcc... /Developer/usr/bin/cc
checking for powerpc-rtems4.8-gcc... (cached) /Developer/usr/bin/cc
checking for C compiler default output file name...
configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables
See `config.log' for more details.
- which I presume means that it didn't find the cross-compiler. The
really strange thing is that the Platform section in config.log
appears to show that the path is just fine:
The last entry is the right path to the build directory, and powerpc-
rtems4.8-gcc is there.
I'm not sure what else to try here, can anyone suggest what I could do
to further debug this? Are there switches that will get it to log
exactly what it looked at in trying to find powerpc-rtems4.8-gcc?
?Now, the objective of this expedition is to attempt to find some
trace of last years expedition.?
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