From: Robert Williamson <robbiew@us...> - 2003-02-26 17:07:37
The `genbessel` executable calls the other executables in the /float/bessel
directory. These executables, such as `genj0`, create required datafiles
used by the test, "float_bessel". I'm not sure why you are having this
problem with powerpc, because these tests build and execute on both an s390
and s390x Linux installations.....which, as you know, are not intel-based
machines. I'm copying the mailing list with my response, because I believe
we have other users cross-compiling for powerpc who may be able to help
Robert V. Williamson <robbiew@...>
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<dirk.binz@... To: Robert
Subject: make errors
we are crosscompiling the ltp sources. The target is a powerpc.
For that we set the CC statement in the top Makefile. (ltp-20030206)
we get a compile error.
The behavior is, that after bessel compile is done make calls the
executable, here ./genbessel. The line is the Makefile (bessel/Makefile).
If we do a crosscompile we get errors, because our target is a powerpc. If
we do a make, genbessel (ppc exec) want to run an intel !!. Thats not good.
Is there a need to call these executables after a make (anyway, if intel or
->I comment these lines and get no compile errors.
How do you think about?
Dirk Binz (dirk.binz@...)
FSP Building Block Development
IBM Boeblingen Lab. +49-7031-16-2128