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SubjectRe: Checking patch for non-x86 bugs
On Thu, 08 Jan 2004 02:41:25 -0600 Ian Pilcher <i.pilcher@comcast.net> wrote:

| I know that this is probably wishful thinking, but "they" always say
| that the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. (Whoever "they"
| are, they are decidedly wrong about this, BTW.)
|
| I have a patch that adds an x86-specific sysctl. I believe that every-
| thing is properly #ifdef'ed, but it would be awful nice to be able to
| ensure that I haven't broken building on non-x86 architectures. Is
| there any way to do this without building a full-fledged cross-compiler
| toolchain? (And if not, does anyone know of a good HOWTO on setting up
| such a toolchain?)

You can look at http://www.kegel.com/crosstool/
to see if it can help you.

I'll look at your (previously posted) patch also.

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~Randy
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