I ran into some undefined symbols with march=i386 and found the
following issue on GCC bugs database.
This means the default needs to be i686 or some changes need to happen
with GCC. I also happen to know of another project that doesn't
support i386 any longer. Is it worth keeping i386 for the up and
I originally built GCC 4.8.1 as --host=i686-pc-mingw32
--build=i686-pc-mingw32. I changed it to --host=mingw32
--build=mingw32 which caused i686 to become i386 and then ada reared
its ugly head at me. Thoughts?
From: arthur <mail2arthur@gm...> - 2013-08-09 15:00:16
FYI: as my build 4.8.0-1 (files under ), the pkgbuild.ini has build
as i686-pc-mingw32 (I built on Windows so I think the host and the
target are the same).
if [ -f $basedir/mingw-$pkg_name.RELEASE_NOTES.txt ]; then
mkdir -p $instdir/share/doc/MinGW
cp -p $basedir/mingw-$pkg_name.RELEASE_NOTES.txt \
# Must invoke configure on a relative source directory.
cd $builddir &&