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SubjectRe: building 2.2.9 on alpha -- where's alpha/regdef.h?
On Fri, 4 Jun 1999, Benjamin LaHaise wrote:

> Hello all,
> In compiling 2.2.9 for an AlphaStatuon 200 (4/166), compilation of
> arch/alpha/lib/stx*.S fails due to the #include <alpha/regdef.h>
> referencing a non-existent file. Please note that I'm cross compiling on
> an x86 linux box. If someone happens to have a copy of this file, or
> patch available, please drop me a note. Thanks.


Last I knew, there were serious code-generation issues when targeting
64-bit CPUs from a 32-bit-hosted gcc. Has something changed in newer gcc
or egcs releases? If so, when?


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