[unixODBC-dev] Cross-compilation problem

Mazi Lo mazilo at msn.com
Sun Jun 19 17:47:07 BST 2011

The compilation always crashes on the same spot. I doubt it is a hardware issue. The reason is my system is able to cross compile the whole OpenWRT firmware for many different platforms. It may be a compiler issue. However, I woulr rather think it is not. That's why I sent this to the mailing list and see if unixodbc developers can find out what causes the issue.


Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 16:28:06 +0100
From: nick at lurcher.org
To: unixodbc-dev at mailman.unixodbc.org
Subject: Re: [unixODBC-dev] Cross-compilation problem


    On 19/06/2011 14:16, Mazi Lo wrote:
        For the past few months, I have unsucessfully tried to
          cross compile unixodbc (from the latest SVN trunk) as shown
          below. If I reissued make after the compilation
          crashed, the compilation went smoothly to produce a usable
          package. So, in this case, I will need to issue a 2x
          compilations in order to produce a useable binary package and
          that is of course making no sense. I am hoping developers here
          can help to solve this issue. BTW, I am using the latest
          revision #35 of unixodbc from SVN trunk. Thank you.

    If the compiler crashes, and then works ok, it may be a hardware
    problem at your side. Does it always crash in the same place, Do you
    have a copy of the output when it crashed?





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