GMP 5.0.5 build fails with tcc due to x86_64 asm (unknown register...)
vincent at vinc17.net
Wed Jun 20 21:48:55 CEST 2012
On 2012-06-20 21:26:18 +0200, Torbjorn Granlund wrote:
> Let's first decide if it is worth spending time on. Just because
> somebody writes a "compiler" doesn't mean taat we need to feed GMP to
> Does anybody really need to use tcc for compiling GMP?
Perhaps because of dependency. But I'm not sure (there was a confusing
Debian bug report suggesting that it was needed).
> Does this compiler have its own (very limited) assembler build-in?
tcc compiles C by generating byte code directly. Thus an assembler
isn't really needed. It seems to have a very limited assembler,
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