DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2010-04
Re: how to switch the base compiler to gcc 4.4.2
:How does one switch the base compiler to gcc 4.4.2 ?
:Here is some info for my setup:
: . running DragonFly 2.7-DEVELOPMENT v188.8.131.52.g3f16d
: (HEAD as of April 4, 2010).
: . the HEAD was built with CCVER=gcc44 for
: - buildworld
: - buildkernel
: - installkernel
: - installworld
: - upgrade
: . have setup the following entries in /etc/make.conf
:i donot see any /etc/libmap.conf (as seen in FreeBSD) which
:needs to be tweaked for rtld and ldd.
:Any pointers as to how to make gcc 4.4.2 as the base compiler
:for my custom DragonFlyBSD system on AMD64 box ?
I don't think you want to put explicit assignments in /etc/make.conf.
You maybe able to put in conditional assignments instead:
The compiler frontends will do the right thing, you should not have
to set (and in fact you should not set) CC, CXX, or CPP. The
system compiler is 'cc' which is a frontend which runs the correct
gcc based on CCVER. Same with 'ld', 'c++', and so on and so forth.
Also ,setting CFLAGS in /etc/make.conf could be rather dangerous, I
would not do that.
With regards to the buildworld, the buildworld explicitly uses the
compiler specified by WORLD_CCVER, which defaults to gcc41. I believe
you can override it. You may also have to set WORLD_BINUTILSVER
(which defaults to binutils217) but I'm not sure.
I'm not sure what kind of override the buildkernel target uses. It
might have something similar.