[Gc] Build-Error: "configure: error: yes is an unknown thread package"
Tue, 10 Dec 2002 02:12:36 +1100
On 09-Dec-2002, Linuxhippy <email@example.com> wrote:
> When I tried to build gc6.1 with --enable-threads on my SuSE-Linux8.1
> installation it says "configure: error: yes is an unknown thread package".
Try `configure --enable-threads=<thread package>' for some appropriate value
of <thread package>. Try `configure --help' for information on what the
possible values might be, or if that fails, try reading the documentation.
> 2.) How can I build the lib for i386?
> I´m not very experienced using gcc. Is it enough if i set CFLAGS="-O2
> -march=i386" is it than compilied for i386?
What do you mean "build for i386"?
Do you mean
(a) build so it can run on any i386-compatible processor,
but is optimized for the kinds of i386-compatible processors
which are common today?
(b) build so it is optimized for running on an original Intel 386
processor (but may run slower on modern i386-compatible
(c) build so it is runs on your PC, which happens to be
(say) a Pentium III?
(d) something else?
> Do you know any god optimisations that reduce size and are not so bad
> for performace?
Try `CFLAGS=-Os'. Also consider `-fomit-frame-pointer'.
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