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Re: libtool(2.2.4) detect native java compiler in cross-compilation envi

From: Roumen Petrov
Subject: Re: libtool(2.2.4) detect native java compiler in cross-compilation environment
Date: Fri, 09 May 2008 23:22:58 +0300
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Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
On Fri, 9 May 2008, Roumen Petrov wrote:
checking for i386-mingw32msvc-gcj... no
checking for gcj... gcj -> OOPS !!!!!

Is above detection correct ?
If is detected a prefix for a program why configure try to find a program without prefix ?

It looks to me like it did not detect a prefix for the program in the above example, so, as a last-ditch effort, it tried without a prefix.

If it picks up the wrong tools, does libtool's configure end up using them or does it eventually reject them?

Dunno. May be it try to use.
As example file "<builddir>tests/testsuite.dir/35/run contain" (after make check-local) contain:
CPP='i386-mingw32msvc-gcc -E'
GCJ='gcj' GCJFLAGS='-g -O2'

Also in the file <srcdir>/tests/ I found:
262: # There are just too many broken gcj installations out there, either missing
263:  # libgcj.spec or unable to find it.  Skip this test for them.
264:  if test $i -eq 1; then
265: AT_CHECK([$GCJ $GCJFLAGS -c || exit 77], [], [ignore], [ignore]) 266: AT_CHECK([$GCJ $GCJFLAGS --main=foo1 -o foo1 || exit 77],[],[ignore],[ignore])
267:    AT_CHECK([./foo1$EXEEXT || exit 77],[],[ignore],[ignore])
and the command "make check-local" report:
23: Java convenience archives skipped (

Bob Friesenhahn
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