[fpc-devel] Bug: fpc-svn-392 compile error

Peter Vreman peter at freepascal.org
Tue Jun 14 07:49:15 CEST 2005

> On Jun 13, 2005, at 05:31, Tomas Hajny wrote:
>> Peter Vreman said:
>>>> Hi
>>>> latest version form SVN does not even compile.
>>>> Is there any plan to have something similar to a mozilla tinderbox?
>>> There are already dailed build snapshots and testsuite results for
>>> i386-linux. See http://www.freepascal.org/cgi-bin/testsuite.cgi
>> At least daily snapshot builds exist for other platforms too (both for
>> trunk and fixes branch). Some of the previously existing snapshot build
>> routines haven't been fixed since our 2.0 release and migration to
>> SVN, so
>> they don't work at the moment (basically meaning that somebody must
>> have a
>> short look at the script and change some directory names etc.). That
>> seems
>> to be the case for Netware and NetwLibC targets and possibly ppc-linux.
>> arm-linux snapshot generation has only been built occassionally as far
>> as
>> I remember. I don't know whether we ever had automated snapshot
>> building
>> for x86_64-linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Mac OS and MorphOS running
>> anywhere.
>> Tomas
> sorry, yes I had old fpc.

Yesterday i already added a check that a 2.0+ compiler is used to compile
the rtl.

> Could there be a make target bootstrap to compile the new version in
> the old one?
> Or does it include too much of black magic?

There is already a bootstrapping process in the makefiles. The target is
called cycle. The default 'make all' in the top dir calls it also.

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