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Re: ocaml on 'non-intel-arch' (WAS: Re: Make ppc64 secondary arch - don't block builds)



On 08/07/2007 02:04 PM, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
> Once upon a time Tuesday 07 August 2007, Oliver Falk wrote:
>> Hi David!
>>
>> On 08/07/2007 09:26 AM, David Woodhouse wrote:
>>> I think that's perhaps a little harsh in some cases. Take the blocker
>>> in Ralf's case, for example -- ocaml. I wouldn't necessarily expect a
>>> package maintainer to be willing and able to port its code generation
>>> back end to any new architecture which we happen to add to Fedora;
>>> that really is the job of the 'arch team'.
>> [ ... ]
>>
>> I also see problems compiling ocaml on Alpha - maybe you can tell me
>> your progress on that?
> I have ocmal built on sparc.  I will do some run time tests and see if it 
> actually works.  im thinking it will since ppc works.  It is not built 
> sparc64 yet.

Well, after some testing now... ocaml builds fine on Alpha. BUT with the
old non-relaxed binutils... The new binutils with relax enabled by
default doesn't work. I was also not able to use --no-relax... However.

Best,
 Oliver


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