[fpc-devel] Cross compiling issues
idokan at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 20:34:41 CET 2006
On 11/9/06, ik <idokan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/9/06, Peter Vreman <peter at freepascal.org> wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > When I try to create a cross compile of fpc 2.0.4 to i386 (I'm using
> > > amd64 native ubuntu edgy).
> > > When I try to compile it as following:
> > >
> > > make all tar CPU_TARGET=i386 CROSSINSTALL=1 INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/lib
> > >
> > > It compiles, until it needs to create a tar file and then I have the
> > > following error message:
> > > make: *** No rule to make target `tar'. Stop.
> > There is no 'tar' target. I wonder where you got it from?
> > The help screen if no target is given looks like below.
> > Targets
> > all Alias for build
> > build Build a new compiler and all packages
> > install Install newly build files
> > zipinstall Create zip/tar of installed files
> > singlezipinstall Alias for zipinstall
> > Distribution Targets:
> > rpm Build linux .rpm packages
> > deb Build linux .deb packages
> This is what I have when using "make" without any tag:
> /fpc/fpc_2_0_4$ make
> all Alias for build
> build Build a new compiler and all packages
> install Install newly build files
> zipinstall Create zip/tar of installed files
> singlezipinstall Alias for zipinstall
> Distribution Targets:
> rpm Build linux .rpm packages
> deb Build linux .deb packages
> inno Build Windows (Innosetup) based installer
> tar Build .tar installer
> FV based installer Targets:
> go32v2zip Build .zip files for go32v2
> os2zip Build .zip files for OS/2
> sourcezip Build .zip files for the sources
> ik at white-star:/
> > For cross compilations and installations there is special
> > 'crosszipinstall' that will pack a cross compiler instead of native
> > compiler.
> I'll try it thanks.
There is no such rule :( when I'm using the above make but with
singlezipinstall it creates ppc386 and units for 386 thats all.
Please note that this is from a release tree of fpc 2.0.4 ... so what
am I missing here ?
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