[Gc] Win64 GCC support
nightstrike at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 07:43:11 PDT 2009
2009/6/21 Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru>:
> NightStrike <nightstrike at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 3:00 AM, Petter Urkedal<urkedal at nbi.dk> wrote:
>> > On 2009-06-20, NightStrike wrote:
>> >> 2009/6/19 Ivan Maidanski <ivmai at mail.ru>:
>> >> > I guess current configure won't work for mingw-w64.
>> >> >
>> >> > ...
>> > Your seem to be familiar with Automake, so you probably know what to do,
>> > but since bdwgc takes a mostly architecture-based approach, my bet is:
>> > * Check how ./config.guess identifies the platform.
>> > * Add a $host case in configure.ac.
>> > * Add the corresponding AC_DEFINEs.
>> Going the AC_DEFINE route suggests that configure will handle the
>> definitions and put the #defines in config.h. However, you guys don't
>> use config.h. Do you instead use the DEFS variable, or something?
>> This would also fall into autoconf realm, which is in a weird state.
>> You seem to be generating configure with 2.61, but you have 2.53
>> listed in your PREREQ line:
>> # Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.61 for gc 7.2alpha3.
>> > Doing this, it's unlikely that you'll introduce anything that doesn't
>> > also work on older Automake. I don't have a Windows machine, so I'll
>> > have to pass on the actual work.
>> I can do the work, as it should be very easy. It's just that I want
>> to be clear how you guys want it done. Going the AC_DEFINE route is
>> handling it all at configure time instead of make time. Both work
>> fine, just tell me which to do and I'll do it.
> If I understood correctly the question, we handling it at configure time (as we pass the desired --enable/disable-XXX to configure).
Well, nothing's being enabled or disabled. It's more like;
Putting that in configure.ac will create a new #define GC_NOT_DLL when
the host is mingw-w64's win64 host crt.
Doing it at make time would involve setting the AM_CFLAGS variable in
Makefile.am based on some condition. Either one works. In fact, you
can commit those two lines there to configure.ac right now and
regenerate it if you want.
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