[Rd] Cross compiling a package for Windows on Linux
27 Apr 2000 17:25:40 -0500
Prof Brian Ripley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > From: Peter Dalgaard BSA <email@example.com>
> > Date: 27 Apr 2000 13:08:07 +0200
> > Peter Dalgaard BSA <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Prof Brian D Ripley <email@example.com> writes:
> > >
> > > > As you noted, I am in the process of changing the Makefiles and
> > > > instructions, mainly because the Cygwin release has changed and (aargh!)
> > > > not longer has a fully functional make, and the header set has also
> > > > changed. It's a rash assumption that the R-devel or R-release-patched
> > > > will cross-compile as we only test that occasionally, including just
> > > > release.
> > >
> > > It did last night, though (R-1-0-patches, that is).
> > ..as does R-devel as of this moment.
> Indeed it does. To make life a bit easier I have put up a complete
> current cross-tools set with the latest headers at
> http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/pub/bdr/RWin/i386cross.tar.bz2 (ca 5Mb)
> Just unpack it somewhere, put the bin directory in your path and
> follow the instructions in INSTALL.
> The caveat remains, though: this is not tested frequently.
That worked nicely, thanks.
I did have to make two additional modifications to the Makefile to
drop the --number-pages and the --html flags in calls to makeinfo. My
version of makeinfo did not accept those flags.
I will have to check at home this evening if the compilation of my
library was successful. I am optimistic.
This is a very useful facility.
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