[fpc-devel] fpc calls crosscompiler from older version
florian at freepascal.org
Thu Jan 3 18:36:23 CET 2019
Am 03.01.19 um 18:22 schrieb Bart:
> All of this is of course of my own doing but is it expected?
> I built and installed fpc trunk, just the 32-bit version.
> I have 3.0.4 32-bit, and for that release I also have the win32-win64
> cross-compiler installed.
> Having forgotten that I did not build the win32-win64 cross-compiler
> from trunk, I issued a
> fpc -TWin64 -Px86_64 test.pas.
> My path looks like C:\pp\bin\i386-win32;%oldpath%
> (Trunk resides in C:\pp\bin\i386-win32)
> And, as you can guess, the path to the 3.0.4 binaries is on %oldpath%
> And, lo and behold, fpc trunk executed the cross-compier from 3.0.4.
> I can understand why.
> But, is this desired behaviour?
> A message that no cross-compiler for the current version of the
> compiler was installed would make a little more sense to me.
Well, yes. fpc executes what it find. This is how it works currently.
The fpc executable has not to match with the real compiler executable.
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