On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 12:54 PM, David Gressett wrote:
> I am trying to do my own build of the MinGW compilers so
> that I can test patches to solve the problems in
> the Ada run time library that are related to changes
> in the MinGW runtime which are related to
Check out https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/mpmkr/ci/master/tree/ where
I up loaded my scripts.
> I Have found that the command line
> mingw-get source mingw32-gcc
> doesn't get everything that I need to successfully
> build the compilers - I also need the ISL library and
There are a lot of prerequisites but I didn't need cloog.
> The upstream gcc project has a "Prerequisites for
> GCC" document which provides some very brief
> instructions for building these, but with Windows
> being so different from the Unix/Linux world
> where gcc originated, I am suspicious that I might need
> a bit more information to get these working correctly.
> So, my question is, how to the MinGW developers
> configure, build, and install these packages so that
> the compiler byilding instructions in the README files
> will work correctly?
We have yet to tie the prerequisite machinery to the source files and
I don't know if we want to. Besides the OS libraries gmp, mpfr and
mpc are required and in that order, you will need pthreads-w32 if
libgomp is enabled.