porting using unregisterised build: x86->amd64 solaris
karel.gardas at centrum.cz
Mon Oct 11 14:04:32 EDT 2010
On 10/06/10 00:02, Ian Lynagh wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 05, 2010 at 07:21:43PM +0200, Karel Gardas wrote:
>> On 10/05/10 17:25, Ian Lynagh wrote:
>>> Does the file exist?
>>> If so, "make -dr all_ghc_stage2" should show why make thinks it's out of
>>> date, which should point to the problem.
>> The file exists and `gmake -dr all_ghc_stage2' shows following info. It
>> seems `compiler/stage2/package-data.mk' is outdated due to
>> `compiler/stage2/build/Config.hs' being newer that it.
> Aha, OK, this should fix it:
> touch -r inplace/lib/package.conf.d */*/package-data.mk */*/*/package-data.mk compiler/stage*/build/Config.hs
> I've updated the wiki page.
thanks for the update. However it does not help here for I don't know
what reason exactly (perhaps previous false attempts might also corrupt
the build tree) so I'm running with today's sources again. Now, it even
doesn't go that far and fails on first step:
<T>$ make bootstrapping-files
done on the target machine. This is the step right before you go (on
Wiki) and describe what to do on host machine in `On the host machine'
The failure which I get from the step above is:
[59 of 63] Compiling Distribution.Simple.Build (
[60 of 63] Compiling Distribution.Simple.Haddock (
[61 of 63] Compiling Distribution.Simple.Test (
[62 of 63] Compiling Distribution.Simple (
[63 of 63] Compiling Main ( utils/ghc-cabal/ghc-cabal.hs,
Linking utils/ghc-cabal/dist/build/tmp/ghc-cabal ...
"cp" utils/ghc-cabal/dist/build/tmp/ghc-cabal inplace/bin/ghc-cabal
gmake: *** No rule to make target
`utils/ghc-pkg/dist-install/build/tmp/ghc-pkg', needed by
gmake: *** [bootstraping-files] Error 2
I think this is wrong, since `On the host machine' paragraph then
requires to copy some includes files from the target directory build
which are not on the required place. My guess is that they need to be
generated in the `gmake bootstrapping-files' which fails here too early.
Any idea what's going wrong here?
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