Re: [Gtk+] Cross-compiling of Glib 2.0.3

On Wed, Jun 12, 2002 at 02:07:20PM +0200, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Gilles Durant <gilles src ricoh co jp> writes:
> > I'm currently trying to cross-compile glib 2.0.3 for sh3eb-linux and
> > while I run configure program
> > I got error message saying "Checking for extra flags to get ANSI library
> > prototypes ...
> > cannot run test program while cross compiling".
> > I 've checked quite a lot on this mailing list archive ... I found
> > things about genmarshal or compiling on native and then cross ..... (or
> > something like this) ...
> > Unfortunately I still don't understand quite well what should I do to be
> > able to configure and then make glib when using a cross-compiler.
> as with every application that uses autoconf, you need to pass
> configure a pregenerated config.cache that has the values for the
> target system. The tests will not be performed then. Most probably
> your cross-compilation environment provides such a file for you.

Except that it doesn't work currently. Patches are available, though:


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