|From:||Merijn van de Klundert|
|Subject:||question on gnu ld on mac|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Jun 2013 11:31:19 +0200|
|Dear member or developer of binutils,|
I've tried to install gnu ld on my macbook (I need this to compile a certain makefile, which containts options that are not recognized by the linker of snow leopard. This makefile runs smooth on a linux distribution with GNU ld).
basically, everything in binutils compiles (i.e. configure, make and make install work without error). For example running these in the top directory works and do so as well in for example the gas or gold directory.
I can run configure and make flawless in the ld directory, however make install gives an error:
install: ldscripts/*: No such file or directory
I tried to make a softlink to this directory (which is empty) and it doesn't help.
However, in ld/bin is now a file called ld
When I try to use this as linker I get the error message:
/Users/merijnvandeklundert/PhD/Castor/Linker/binutils-2.23.2/ld/bin/ld: unrecognised emulation mode:
So it seemed to have failed still. (also I tried running make all-ld from the top directory, which runs but doesn't seem to create an executable).
I looked into installing it via macports, but some macports webpage seems to indicate that gnu ld simply won't run on mac: http://trac.macports.org/ticket/24471
Is this true or am I doing something wrong?
Kind regards, any help is very appreciated!
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