[PATCH] Add support for building for windows on aarch64
martin at martin.st
Sun Apr 22 20:01:03 UTC 2018
On Sun, 22 Apr 2018, Niels Möller wrote:
> Martin Storsjö <martin at martin.st> writes:
>> In general, arm vs aarch64 is much more seen as two different
>> architectures, so e.g. a build of gcc (for the OSes that gcc supports)
>> don't have -m32/-m64 for switching, but you need a completely
>> different build of gcc for each of them.
> I see. Does that also mean that aarch64 systems generally are not
> capable of running 32-bit arm binaries?
No, they generally can run 32 bit arm binaries (both in cases of linux,
windows and darwin - as long as you have 32 bit userland libraries etc),
with similar mechanics as for i386 vs x86_64.
> Anyway, I just committed your fixes to the repo. Thanks!
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