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Berger, Daniel #1
64-bit Ruby on Solaris - solved
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> From: Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng [mailto:email@example.com]
> gcc-3.3.2 has a number of fixes for the sparc platform
The solution ultimately seems to be: upgrade to gcc 3.3.2, because it
worked after I did that. In addition I set CC to 'gcc -m64
-mcpu=ultrasparc', but left CFLAGS and LDFLAGS unset. Oh, and use Sun's
ld, not GNU's.
Hugh, to answer your earlier question, I had made sure to point to
/usr/ccs first in my path. I was just griping in general about the ld
hell I've entered by building some thing's with binutils, and others
with Sun's utils.
Guy, thank you very much for putting up with me while I stumbled through
Now, to benchmark!
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Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng #2
Re: 64-bit Ruby on Solaris - solved
On Mon, 3 Nov 2003, Berger, Daniel wrote:
> Hugh, to answer your earlier question, I had made sure to point to
> /usr/ccs first in my path. I was just griping in general about the ld
binutils and GCC you were trying with when you got the failures.
> hell I've entered by building some thing's with binutils, and others
> with Sun's utils.
works better, but this is not always desirable. And sometimes it
feels endless :-).
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