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re: HOST_CC, crossgcc, mingw32, again/summarized - Re: confusion with h

From: Robert Collins
Subject: re: HOST_CC, crossgcc, mingw32, again/summarized - Re: confusion with host,build,target
Date: 07 Jan 2002 19:52:22 +1100

On Mon, 2002-01-07 at 11:45, Guido Draheim wrote:
> The lastest discussion was in october, and on 22.OCT.2001 I got 
> an e-mail from  "Gerrit P. Haase" <gp(at)familiehaase de>
> > Guten Tag Guido Draheim,
> > 
> > Am 2001-10-22 um 07:18 schriebst du:
> > 
> > > I just do not know and I did not take the time to do some
> > > communications to get to know the name of someone who
> > > could tell me by his profound knowledge of dlls and gnu-ld.
> > 
> > and:
> > 
> > > Know a wizard who is equally wise on all sides?
> > 
> > Ask Chuck Wilson and Robert Collins from the Cygwin folks.
> > They have a great interest to get binutils and libtool
> > shooting in one (the same) direction.
> > 
> and note that there are quite some other people on this list who would
> love to see the things get sorted out once and for all. It just needs
> someone with time enough to exchange the three dozen e-mails it will
> take (atleast!) to get things right. Just go ahead and try to get to
> the minds of people who have the mana to do it... be sure that a lot
> of the people around here will back you if anyone asks on what grounds
> your request are built. So far, anyone to whom I've talked said that
> it is right to put the impgen.c functionality into dlltool.. where it
> rightfully belongs but no one of us has rights enough to modify it. And
> be sure that the impgen.c code gets rejected since it does not use
> any code from libbfd as it should - it's a working hack and thousands
> of people in the world use it, even for production (incl.

Guido, can you succintely describe what impgen does - particularly in a
cross- environment.

Thanks in advance
- Rob (wizard-in-training :})

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