Missing symbol for zero build on bsd port repo using Fedora

Andrew Haley aph at redhat.com
Thu Mar 12 06:56:37 PDT 2009

Michael Franz wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 5:32 AM, Andrew Haley <aph at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Michael Franz wrote:

>>> I tried to build using the standard jdk7 (not bsd project) and got
>>> the same errors.  Since this is a stock Fedora 10,this does not
>>> seem to be an issue with the source tree, but with my compiler.
>>> How do I get my gcc to generate i486 instead of i386?

>> -march=i486.  It's in the gcc docs.  The openjdk makefiles set
>> COMMON_FLAGS and FLAGS in a few places, you just have to search and
>> find them.
> I was able to find that.  I added it to the zero.make file, but that
> caused other errors during the code generation phase[1].  I will try
> adding it to the COMMON_FLAGS.

> I have had problems adding values to CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS/LDFLAGS within
> the build process.  It seems that the whole process is inconsistent
> in how these are set and the ability to add values.  If I pass a
> value fo CFLAGS to make, CLAGS does not get created correctly and
> the build fails.

That's right.  You have to edit the makefiles.

> I think there was a project that was working on the Windows build to
> clean it up, is there anything similar for the *nix family?

No idea, sorry.

> 1. ../generated/incls/_precompiled.incl:1: error: bad value (486)
> for -march= switch

For what command?


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