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# 03:52:53 bhundven the insn issue is an ice.
# 05:10:11 bhundven seems to only affect e500v1/e500v2, e500mc/e500mc64 and e5500/e6500.
# 05:10:28 bhundven powerpc-405 does not have the insn ice
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# 07:31:48 bhundven heh, get a totally different ice with mainline binutils and gcc-4.9 snapshot
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# 11:07:09 ansiwen hi, I'm looking for a good solution to create patch-sets after I modified the sources of the toolchain. So far I found makepatch that can create patches relatively to a tar archive. but I have to do it seperately for all the archives crosstool is using. any other hints?
# 11:08:16 ansiwen of course a "ct-ng createpatches" would be awesome ;-)
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# 12:49:21 memleak how much of the tree are you modifying? most of the time just a set of seperate commits work fine
# 13:10:24 ansiwen memleak: in this case I had to modifiy files in gcc, binutils and uClibc in order to support my platform. It's not that much, but I easily lose the overview, what files I touched. Would be cool to have an easy way to create a patchset that I can apply in a fresh ct-ng installation
# 13:13:17 memleak hmm.. just out of curiousity, i know this won't help you but what platform are you using that isn't officially supported?
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# 13:34:29 mingwandroid ansiwen: you can create a simple git repository to apply patches on top of ctng ..
# 13:34:53 mingwandroid git am / git format-patch
# 13:42:34 ansiwen mingwandroid: but applying is not the problem, ct-ng supports that... creating the patches (diff) I would like to have easy
# 13:43:34 ansiwen but you are right, I could just create a git repo after building sample and then I can use git to create patches after modifying the sources
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# 14:31:36 oskude hi, stupid question, can i tell ct-ng to not add a prefix (armv6-rpi-linux-gnueabi-) to the build binaries?
# 14:40:35 mingwandroid oskude: stupid answer, why would you not want a program prefix?
# 14:41:13 memleak and thats about the time she walked away from me. nobody likes you when you're 23
# 14:41:21 oskude mingwandroid: cause the instructions for archlinux-arm have a bash script to remove then, so i just wondered if ct-ng can do it
# 14:41:30 oskude *them
# 14:42:09 mingwandroid oskude: ooh, do you have some bootstrapping archlinux-arm instructions?
# 14:42:52 mingwandroid oskude: you can likely pass "--with-program-prefix=" to the configure calls, but I'm not sure about that.
# 14:42:56 memleak oskude, hey man!
# 14:42:58 oskude mingwandroid: http://archlinuxarm.org/developers/distcc-cross-compiling im still just poking around, as noob
# 14:43:14 oskude memleak: hey
# 14:43:45 memleak what about symlinking the applications with prefixes to files without prefixes?
# 14:44:05 memleak internet explorer (i.e. ln -sfv arm-linux-gnueabi-penis-gcc gcc)
# 14:44:38 oskude and i also wondered if the dir where the bins are created is prefixed already, why the binaries are too, eg. x-tools/armv6-rpi-linux-gnueabi/bin/armv6-rpi-linux-gnueabi-gcc
# 14:45:11 memleak there are two dirs, one with prefixes bins and another without prefix bins
# 14:45:12 mingwandroid oskude: prefixing is the standard for cross compilers right down to the program name.
# 14:45:25 oskude mingwandroid: ok then :)
# 14:45:40 mingwandroid because someone may install to prefix=/usr anyway, then overwrite their system compilers == not good.
# 14:45:44 oskude memleak: huh?
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# 14:45:51 oskude mingwandroid: :D
# 14:45:55 memleak *prefixed bins
# 14:46:38 memleak the x-tools directory has two visual effects supervisor directories, one with prefixed bins and another without prefixed bins
# 14:46:47 memleak forget the exact path but eesh in durr
# 14:47:02 memleak like i said though, whats wrong with symliking?
# 14:47:14 oskude memleak: OCD
# 14:47:17 memleak internet explorer (i.e. / in example, im being silly) ln -sfv etc etc
# 14:47:23 oskude was just wondering
# 14:47:35 memleak hey oskude you're a cool dude
# 14:48:05 oskude pulls down the shades
# 14:48:25 memleak i dont get the reference..
# 14:48:52 oskude memleak: and yes, the archlinux-arm method symlinks them, was just wondering why not add them in the first place. mingwandroid explanation is ok for me
# 14:49:06 oskude memleak: cool kids wear shades? or am i too old :P
# 14:49:12 memleak ohhh
# 14:49:18 memleak those shades!
# 14:49:32 memleak i thought you meant window shades for some reason hahahaha like i was stalking you or something
# 14:49:36 memleak jeeze im high
# 14:49:45 oskude :D
# 15:06:59 memleak so oskude
# 15:07:06 memleak i keep wanting to call you okdude
# 15:07:36 memleak is now known as okdude
# 15:07:48 oskude ok, dude
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# 17:50:15 memleak hello y_morin
# 17:57:54 y_morin memleak: Hey!
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# 20:34:01 bhundven mingwandroid: so the insn issue is an ice. I had to run 'ct-ng build.1' as I wasn't seeing it when parallel build was going.
# 20:34:27 bhundven it only happens on freescale platforms
# 20:34:41 bhundven s/platforms/architectures/
# 20:35:08 bhundven trying e500v2 with binutils-2.22 and gcc-4.7.3
# 20:35:41 mingwandroid ok. I never build on any host or build that isn't intel unfortunately.
# 20:36:20 bhundven sure, I'm coming from the context of danny's e6500 multilib email. two birds, one stone.
# 20:36:42 bhundven but, right now, I'm seeing that as a hold back from getting multilib working
# 20:36:54 bhundven freescale is a different battle
# 20:37:12 bhundven powerpc-405-linux-gnu worked fine
# 20:37:29 bhundven same with arm-cortex_a8-linux-gnueabi
# 20:38:49 mingwandroid I am going to kick off the most compilcated multilib I can ..
# 20:38:56 bhundven hehe
# 20:39:16 mingwandroid any pointers? arm of course, do I need any flags to force thumb2 and various vfp combinations?
# 20:39:30 bhundven idk
# 20:39:45 bhundven I can think of all the x86 platforms, but not arm
# 20:40:10 bhundven if I can get e500v2 and e500mc/64 going, I know all their combinations.
# 20:40:27 mingwandroid how many variants can you get in one build?
# 20:43:00 bhundven I think e500v2 is 32-bit only, so not useful. e500mc is 32 and 64, but I think e500mc64 is pretty new (in binutils/glibc, it's in gcc-4.7 i think)
# 20:43:43 bhundven we could try just the plain powerpc-unknown-linux-gnu 32-bit and 64-bit
# 20:44:04 bhundven er, since you have a build that works, you could ;)
# 20:44:16 bhundven I'm cleaning up the patch queue
# 20:44:24 bhundven and post it as it is
# 20:44:27 bhundven so you can do updates
# 20:44:49 mingwandroid ok sounds good.
# 20:45:09 mingwandroid are you rolling in my stuff and cody's, or just cody's so I can amend?
# 20:45:32 bhundven just codyps + mine, I'll let you add your stuff.
# 20:45:36 mingwandroid ok
# 20:45:52 bhundven as I'm also looking for comments on how I broke out stuff to scripts/build/arch
# 20:45:54 mingwandroid I'll finally get round to looking into mercurial.
# 20:46:13 mingwandroid btw, do you hack on stuff on the weekends or do you take a break?
# 20:46:56 bhundven my weekends are usually with my daughter
# 20:47:10 mingwandroid ok, no worries.
# 20:47:47 bhundven key word is usually
# 20:48:05 bhundven not so much sunday's anymore, long story.
# 20:49:03 mingwandroid ok, don't change your plans on my behalf. I've always got a good few things to mess about with.
# 20:49:38 bhundven hehe, don't worry about my time.
# 21:01:50 bhundven mingwandroid, codyps, y_morin: https://bitbucket.org/bhundven/crosstool-ng-wip
# 21:02:34 mingwandroid bhundven: great; should I fork this on bitbucket?
# 21:02:50 bhundven I'll add you if you have an account on bitbucket
# 21:03:00 bhundven just pm me details
# 21:03:46 mingwandroid I will set one up.
# 21:16:42 bhundven mingwandroid: actually, I didn't notice there is another way to do this on bitbucket
# 21:16:54 bhundven I'm gonna try this again :) it'll be better.
# 21:17:00 mingwandroid ok.
# 21:22:51 bhundven huh, ok, well looks like bitbucket changed a few things. so nevermind
# 21:24:19 bhundven hg qclone -p https://bitbucket.org/bhundven/crosstool-ng-wip http://crosstool-ng.org/hg/crosstool-ng
# 21:26:13 bhundven thought you could add a patchqueue to an existing mercurial repo.
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# 21:29:57 bhundven got a few bonus patches in there, like snapshot support for binutils/gcc
# 21:30:17 bhundven got codyps's auto-float patch in there.
# 21:35:15 mingwandroid ok. I will take a look at it all in more detail tomorrow I think.
# 21:35:39 mingwandroid no doubt I'll have a few questions for you, if so I'll put them in an email.
# 21:41:27 y_morin Hey guys!
# 21:41:51 y_morin bhundven, mingwandroid: Anyone able to browse http://crosstool-ng.org ?
# 21:42:09 y_morin Doh. Strange, it is working, now...
# 21:43:00 y_morin Hmmm. Something is amiss on the server: php stuff works and breaks every other query; static content just does not show up... :-(
# 21:43:35 mingwandroid y_morin: yeah, not really working here.
# 21:43:56 y_morin mingwandroid: OK... Thanks.
# 21:44:50 bhundven y_morin: yea, it's takin it's time.
# 21:44:51 y_morin Ah, I'm being DoSed on the http port... :-(
# 21:45:01 bhundven :sigh:
# 21:48:01 y_morin OK, taking this to the OSUOSL folks...
# 22:23:33 y_morin bhundven: OK, the server is somewhat under attack... :-(
# 22:24:32 bhundven Yikes
# 22:25:08 y_morin bhundven: Well, at least, it is a gentle DDoS on port 80: loads of sockets stuck in the SYN_RECV state.
# 22:26:34 y_morin bhundven: All coming from two different IPs, so easy to block.
# 22:28:31 bhundven y_morin: heh
# 22:28:41 bhundven True.
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