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Re: A cygwin hosted MinGW targeted cross platform
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From: "Charles Wilson" <email@example.com>
> > So, in this instance you'd have:
> > /usr/H-i686-pc-cygwin/i686-pc-mingw32
> Yeah, but don't we want to *avoid* colliding with the GNUpro stuff?
> that's where Red Hat puts the various cygwin-hosted/other-target cross
> compilers that come with GNUpro, shouldn't we pick something ELSE?
I dunno, but maybe :}. FWIW, I usually place such things in
/usr/local/<target> and then symlink binaries etc to /usr/local/bin. For
a package, I'd have no objection to a mingw targeted gcc+binutils living
> I like /usr/cross, myself, so you could have /usr/cross/i686-pc-mingw,
> /usr/cross/arm-v4l-linux, etc.
I'm impartial on this, but I wonder... what does the LSB and SFH (or
whatever the layout standard is called) recommend for this?
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