[fpc-pascal] Does the basic make INSTALL create ppcross386

leledumbo leledumbo_cool at yahoo.co.id
Mon Mar 30 07:51:05 CEST 2015

> When 'make all' followed by 'make install' does the 'make all' command
generate the cross compilers as well

again, with CPU_TARGET=i386 on i386 systems: no

> for them to be installed by crossinstall, or does cross install create the
> cross compiler from scratch then install it afterwards?

again, make install does NOT create anything

> Does the source download come with all the necessary tools for a
> successful crossinstall


> are there additional tools required

cross assembler and linker for cross building, native (or integrated if
exists) assembler and linker otherwise, along with proper (unix-like) build
environment (make, cp, rm, pwd, install, etc.)

> does the make process check for their presence before starting the
> compilation?

no, AFAIK only pwd checked as indicator of proper build environment

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