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21.03.2011, 16:28, "Fabian Groffen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 21-03-2011 16:22:08 +0300, Konstantin Tokarev wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I think it would be great to have a possibility to select "external" gcc profiles in gcc-config:
>> a) add "system" compiler if host system is shipped with decent gcc version;
>> b) add compiler from another Prefix installation.
>> This feature would significantly speed up bootstrap of Prefix eliminating at least one build of
>> gcc in Gentoo-friendly environments like Linux and Mac OS X, and give some additional
>> flexibility in building of system.
> I bootstrapped on Fedora 14 last week by skipping all
> ./bootstrap-prefix.sh commands apart from tree and portage, and that
> worked fine.
> Skipping the emerge of compiler and linker is really going to cause
> trouble, since Gentoo Prefix uses modified versions that make sure all
> the tools from the Prefix are found. This is an essential bit of Gentoo
> Prefix, that distinguishes it from all other solutions that are around,
> because it means you don't have to do anything special to make your
> libraries and tools being found, once you're in the Prefix environment.
Isn't it possible to workaround this problem without hardcoding search paths,
e.g. using -isystem and custom ld script when running portage?
(Dreaming about relocatable Prefix)