10.5 and gcc8 x86-64 ok but ppc bails with dlerror

Riccardo Mottola riccardo.mottola at libero.it
Tue Apr 9 09:58:29 UTC 2024


I actually agreed with you, just skip from gcc7 to gcc13.

Ken Cunningham wrote:
> Just yesterday I fixed gcc10-bootstrap to build on Tiger PPC and pushed that to master, which required YA new bootstrap compiler. So the parts are now in place for the attempt.

ohhh :) it took me 4 days to get libgcc7 and gcc7 on Tiger from scratch 
... wanted to report that separately... older systems are slow :)
> If everyone wants all the gcc versions supported, we can do that. I don't care -- it's just a lot of building (and also fixing that will need to be done, but I presume you'll pitch in on the fixing of the broken gcc versions).

well... if you have gcc10 fixed, can we do gcc7-gcc10+gcc13 ?

I suppose that if we need an in-between compiler it can be added later?
What about adding more stubs?


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