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All this is still work in progress. The install stuff isn't working and I is
here for testing only. Hopefully won't be too lonkg now.
> 1. the pie-option patch enforces COMPLETELY_PIC (because it is unsettable
> from .config), both occurences can be removed
> 2. use etdyn should change to use pie, and it is mandatory due to the fact
> that if PROFILING is active, libc has text relocations, and won't work
> with the current settings (FORCE_SHAREABLE_TEXT_SEGMENTS). The other way
> would be to remove COMPLETELY_PIC as requirement from
> FORCE_SHAREABLE_TEXT_SEGMENTS (it is unused in the sources, I have
> alreaddy proposed it to the uclibc devs), than
> FORCE_SHAREABLE_TEXT_SEGMENTS can be set through .config (and the
> pie-option patch has to be slightly modified)
> the PROFILING option could also be moved to use debug.
changed to use pie && disable profileing.
> 3. the DOWNLOAD_LOCALE_PREGENERATED_DATA it first set to no (this is OK),
> after that changed. If you copy the tarball to extra/locale dir, than it
> is not needed to be downloaded, so I propose to leave it unset, and use it
> for x86. If you do not use the pregenerated data, then I had problems
> building them within an rpm-build. It works though from the commandline. I
> think, the background processing through rpm (this could influence gentoo
> building too) is somehow the problem and it segfaults.
I had problems generating data although I suspects its because I don't have
the locals I'm trying to generate. I'll need to work out how locale stuff
works and add some error checking to the generation. I aim to add the
locale.txt and codesets.txt to a /etc/embedded config setting too.
> 4. if you want to build your own data, then LOCALES has to be copied to
> 5. if you unset UCLIBC_HAS_LOCALE, then all the other related options are
> unset (XLOCALE, etc)
> 6. the pie-option patch is applied again in src_compile
That was very silly. Thanks for pointing it out.
> See attached diff to show what I have all meant.
Daniel Black <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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