Ralf Corsepius wrote:
On Tue, 2006-07-25 at 15:47 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote:
>> Check out any one tree style built GCC+newlib rpm,
> Should be fine, only one
What you say is equivalent to assigning GCC the version of an OS's libc
rsp. vice versa.
Pardon, but politeness prohibits to further comment on this.
>> check out autogen + libopts (currently under review).
> Couldn't find that one. Pointer?
currently under review == Review request in bugzilla:
autogen-5.8.x ships with libopts-27.1.2.tar.gz integrated
A proper way to build libopts would be to generate
libopts-27.1.2*rpms and autogen-5.8.x*rpms from it.
This discussion is digressing even further offtopic, but...
IMO, the "proper way" would be to build bootstraps (gcc+newlib and
autogen+libopts), then use those to build *separately* each of
gcc,newlib and autogen,libopts. Then, no overloading of Version would