Ralf Baechle wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 08, 2000 at 10:53:14AM +0100, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> > In general, at MIPS, we generally build native or semi-native
> > (mipsel on mipseb machines and vice versa). In cross-builds
> > of other components, however, I have observed that problems
> > such as those you describe can result from include files
> > on the host platform being erroneously pulled in to the cross-build.
> > Cross-gcc and the makefiles have been known to be set up such
> > that, if the needed include file can be found neither in the explicitly
> > requested directories nor in the cross-compiler's default includes,
> > it will silently search the host /usr/include directories.
> This is either a bug in the version that you're using, a wrongly installed
> compiled or simply wrong -I directives passed to the compiler.
Obviously. And my thought was that Nicu may well be being
bit by one or the other.
> The crosscompiler rpms as distributed on oss will only search:
> by default. I just tried, egcs-1.1.2-2 also doesn't search silently in
> other directories. So it's not a problem of gcc itself which leaves the
> makefiles. If you find any instance of the wrong directories being
> searched, please tell me. Or better, include a patch :-)
I saw an instance of this on the order of a year ago. I don't
remember which compiler I was using, nor where I got it. I have
no ability nor really much desire to try to reconstruct the
environment to reproduce the problem!