On Wednesday, September 1, 2010, 6:41:34 AM, David Howells wrote:
Would it be worth our while putting into Fedora basic gcc and
for cross compilers for all the Linux arches? I keep finding the need to
compile kernels for arches other than the x86_64 boxes I normally use, and I
keep borrowing prebuilt compilers off others (usually Al Viro - thanks Al!) to
However, as the kernel advances, older compilers cease being able to
it, so I have to go finding new compilers again.
It would be much easier if I could just yum install them.
Any thoughts on whether it would be worthwhile?
I'd like to see an ARMV5 cross-compiler package in Fedora to support
the ARM secondary architecture. This seems to be one of the factors
that is slowing down that effort.
Some folks like crosstool and variats. Aside from the compiler, I'd
like to see the other main Fedora build tools enabled for
On July 7th, 2009, Mark Salter made a post "crossbuilding rpms with
koji" on the fedora-buildsys-list".
I didn't see a lot of follow up, but that seemed an excellent basis
for doing cross-compilation in a controlled manner.
I'd love to see this be integrated so I could build ARM on my AMD