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GNU LIBRARY GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991

Copyright (C) 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

[This is the first released version of the library GPL. It is
numbered 2 because it goes with version 2 of the ordinary GPL.]

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The licenses for most software are designed to take away your
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Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change
free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users.

This license, the Library General Public License, applies to some
specially designated Free Software Foundation software, and to any
other libraries whose authors decide to use it. You can use it for
your libraries, too.

When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not
price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you
have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for
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To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid
anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the rights.
These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if
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For example, if you distribute copies of the library, whether gratis
or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights that we gave
you. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source
code. If you link a program with the library, you must provide
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library. If the library is modified by someone else and passed on, we
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
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fi
;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
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multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
power | */power | */power/* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
if [ x$enable_powerpccpu = xno ]
then
old_multidirs="${multidirs}"
multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
*powerpc* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
if [ x$enable_powerpcos = xno ]
then
old_multidirs="${multidirs}"
multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
*mcall-linux* | *mcall-solaris* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
if [ x$enable_biendian = xno ]
then
old_multidirs="${multidirs}"
multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
*mlittle* | *mbig* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
if [ x$enable_sysv = xno ]
then
old_multidirs="${multidirs}"
multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
*mcall-sysv* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
if [ x$enable_aix = xno ]
then
old_multidirs="${multidirs}"
multidirs=""
for x in ${old_multidirs}; do
case "$x" in
*mcall-aix* ) : ;;
*) multidirs="${multidirs} ${x}" ;;
esac
done
fi
;;
esac

# Remove extraneous blanks from multidirs.
# Tests like `if [ -n "$multidirs" ]' require it.
multidirs=`echo "$multidirs" | sed -e 's/^[ ][ ]*//' -e 's/[ ][ ]*$//' -e 's/[ ][ ]*/ /g'`

# Add code to library's top level makefile to handle building the multilib
# subdirs.

cat > Multi.tem <<\EOF

# FIXME: There should be an @-sign in front of the `if'.
# Leave out until this is tested a bit more.
multi-do:
if [ -z "$(MULTIDIRS)" ]; then \
true; \
else \
rootpre=`pwd`/; export rootpre; \
srcrootpre=`cd $(srcdir); pwd`/; export srcrootpre; \
lib=`echo $${rootpre} | sed -e 's,^.*/\([^/][^/]*\)/$$,\1,'`; \
compiler="$(CC)"; \
for i in `$${compiler} --print-multi-lib 2>/dev/null`; do \
dir=`echo $$i | sed -e 's/;.*$$//'`; \
if [ "$${dir}" = "." ]; then \
true; \
else \
if [ -d ../$${dir}/$${lib} ]; then \
flags=`echo $$i | sed -e 's/^[^;]*;//' -e 's/@/ -/g'`; \
if (cd ../$${dir}/$${lib}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) \
CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS) $${flags}" \
CXXFLAGS="$(CXXFLAGS) $${flags}" \
LIBCFLAGS="$(LIBCFLAGS) $${flags}" \
LIBCXXFLAGS="$(LIBCXXFLAGS) $${flags}" \
LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS) $${flags}" \
$(DO)); then \
true; \
else \
exit 1; \
fi; \
else true; \
fi; \
fi; \
done; \
fi

# FIXME: There should be an @-sign in front of the `if'.
# Leave out until this is tested a bit more.
multi-clean:
if [ -z "$(MULTIDIRS)" ]; then \
true; \
else \
lib=`pwd | sed -e 's,^.*/\([^/][^/]*\)$$,\1,'`; \
for dir in Makefile $(MULTIDIRS); do \
if [ -f ../$${dir}/$${lib}/Makefile ]; then \
if (cd ../$${dir}/$${lib}; $(MAKE) $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) $(DO)); \
then true; \
else exit 1; \
fi; \
else true; \
fi; \
done; \
fi
EOF

cat ${Makefile} Multi.tem > Makefile.tem
rm -f ${Makefile} Multi.tem
mv Makefile.tem ${Makefile}

fi # ${ml_toplevel_p} = yes

if [ "${ml_verbose}" = --verbose ]; then
echo "Adding multilib support to Makefile in ${ml_realsrcdir}"
if [ "${ml_toplevel_p}" = yes ]; then
echo "multidirs=${multidirs}"
fi
echo "with_multisubdir=${with_multisubdir}"
fi

if [ "${srcdir}" = "." ]; then
if [ "${with_target_subdir}" != "." ]; then
ml_srcdotdot="../"
else
ml_srcdotdot=""
fi
else
ml_srcdotdot=""
fi

if [ -z "${with_multisubdir}" ]; then
ml_subdir=
ml_builddotdot=
: # ml_srcdotdot= # already set
else
ml_subdir="/${with_multisubdir}"
# The '[^/][^/]*' appears that way to work around a SunOS sed bug.
ml_builddotdot=`echo ${with_multisubdir} | sed -e 's:[^/][^/]*:..:g'`/
if [ "$srcdir" = "." ]; then
ml_srcdotdot=${ml_srcdotdot}${ml_builddotdot}
else
: # ml_srcdotdot= # already set
fi
fi

if [ "${ml_toplevel_p}" = yes ]; then
ml_do='$(MAKE)'
ml_clean='$(MAKE)'
else
ml_do=true
ml_clean=true
fi

# TOP is used by newlib and should not be used elsewhere for this purpose.
# MULTI{SRC,BUILD}TOP are the proper ones to use. MULTISRCTOP is empty
# when srcdir != builddir. MULTIBUILDTOP is always some number of ../'s.
# FIXME: newlib needs to be updated to use MULTI{SRC,BUILD}TOP so we can
# delete TOP. Newlib may wish to continue to use TOP for its own purposes
# of course.
# MULTIDIRS is non-empty for the cpu top level Makefile (eg: newlib/Makefile)
# and lists the subdirectories to recurse into.
# MULTISUBDIR is non-empty in each cpu subdirectory's Makefile
# (eg: newlib/h8300h/Makefile) and is the installed subdirectory name with
# a leading '/'.
# MULTIDO is used for targets like all, install, and check where
# $(FLAGS_TO_PASS) augmented with the subdir's compiler option is needed.
# MULTICLEAN is used for the *clean targets.
#
# ??? It is possible to merge MULTIDO and MULTICLEAN into one. They are
# currently kept separate because we don't want the *clean targets to require
# the existence of the compiler (which MULTIDO currently requires) and
# therefore we'd have to record the directory options as well as names
# (currently we just record the names and use --print-multi-lib to get the
# options).

sed -e "s:^TOP[ ]*=[ ]*\([./]*\)[ ]*$:TOP = ${ml_builddotdot}\1:" \
-e "s:^MULTISRCTOP[ ]*=.*$:MULTISRCTOP = ${ml_srcdotdot}:" \
-e "s:^MULTIBUILDTOP[ ]*=.*$:MULTIBUILDTOP = ${ml_builddotdot}:" \
-e "s:^MULTIDIRS[ ]*=.*$:MULTIDIRS = ${multidirs}:" \
-e "s:^MULTISUBDIR[ ]*=.*$:MULTISUBDIR = ${ml_subdir}:" \
-e "s:^MULTIDO[ ]*=.*$:MULTIDO = $ml_do:" \
-e "s:^MULTICLEAN[ ]*=.*$:MULTICLEAN = $ml_clean:" \
${Makefile} > Makefile.tem
rm -f ${Makefile}
mv Makefile.tem ${Makefile}

# If this is the library's top level, configure each multilib subdir.
# This is done at the end because this is the loop that runs configure
# in each multilib subdir and it seemed reasonable to finish updating the
# Makefile before going on to configure the subdirs.

if [ "${ml_toplevel_p}" = yes ]; then

# We must freshly configure each subdirectory. This bit of code is
# actually partially stolen from the main configure script. FIXME.

if [ -n "${multidirs}" ] && [ -z "${ml_norecursion}" ]; then

if [ "${ml_verbose}" = --verbose ]; then
echo "Running configure in multilib subdirs ${multidirs}"
echo "pwd: `pwd`"
fi

ml_origdir=`pwd`
ml_libdir=`echo $ml_origdir | sed -e 's,^.*/,,'`
# cd to top-level-build-dir/${with_target_subdir}
cd ..

for ml_dir in ${multidirs}; do

if [ "${ml_verbose}" = --verbose ]; then
echo "Running configure in multilib subdir ${ml_dir}"
echo "pwd: `pwd`"
fi

if [ -d ${ml_dir} ]; then true; else mkdir ${ml_dir}; fi
if [ -d ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir} ]; then true; else mkdir ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}; fi

# Eg: if ${ml_dir} = m68000/m68881, dotdot = ../../
dotdot=../`echo ${ml_dir} | sed -e 's|[^/]||g' -e 's|/|../|g'`

case ${srcdir} in
".")
echo Building symlink tree in `pwd`/${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}
if [ "${with_target_subdir}" != "." ]; then
ml_unsubdir="../"
else
ml_unsubdir=""
fi
(cd ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir};
../${dotdot}${ml_unsubdir}symlink-tree ../${dotdot}${ml_unsubdir}${ml_libdir} "")
if [ -f ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}/Makefile ]; then
if [ x"${MAKE}" = x ]; then
(cd ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}; make distclean)
else
(cd ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}; ${MAKE} distclean)
fi
fi
ml_newsrcdir="."
ml_srcdiroption=
multisrctop=${dotdot}
;;
*)
case "${srcdir}" in
/*) # absolute path
ml_newsrcdir=${srcdir}
;;
*) # otherwise relative
ml_newsrcdir=${dotdot}${srcdir}
;;
esac
ml_srcdiroption="-srcdir=${ml_newsrcdir}"
multisrctop=
;;
esac

case "${progname}" in
/*) ml_recprog=${progname} ;;
*) ml_recprog=${dotdot}${progname} ;;
esac

# FIXME: POPDIR=${PWD=`pwd`} doesn't work here.
ML_POPDIR=`pwd`
cd ${ml_dir}/${ml_libdir}

if [ -f ${ml_newsrcdir}/configure ]; then
ml_recprog=${ml_newsrcdir}/configure
fi
if eval ${ml_config_shell} ${ml_recprog} \
--with-multisubdir=${ml_dir} --with-multisrctop=${multisrctop} \
${ml_arguments} ${ml_srcdiroption} ; then
true
else
exit 1
fi

cd ${ML_POPDIR}

done

cd ${ml_origdir}
fi

fi # ${ml_toplevel_p} = yes
fi # ${enable_multilib} = yes

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#! /dev/null
# Don't call it directly. This shell script fragment is called to
# determine:
#
# 1. libstcxx_interface: the interface name for libstdc++.
# 2. cxx_interface: the interface name for c++.
# 3. libc_interface: the interface name for libc.
#

# Get the top level src dir.
if [ -z "${topsrcdir}" -a -z "${top_srcdir}" ]
then
echo "Undefined top level src dir: topsrcdir and top_srcdir are empty" >&2
exit 1
fi

if [ -n "${topsrcdir}" ]
then
if_topsrcdir=${topsrcdir}
else
if_topsrcdir=${top_srcdir}
fi

if [ -f ${if_topsrcdir}/libstdc++/Makefile.in ]; then
# We check libstdc++ for libstdcxx_interface.
libstdcxx_interface=`grep "^INTERFACE" ${if_topsrcdir}/libstdc++/Makefile.in | sed 's/INTERFACE[ ]*=[ ]*\(.*\)/\1/'`
else
libstdcxx_interface=
fi

if [ -f ${if_topsrcdir}/gcc/cp/Makefile.in ]; then
# We check gcc/cp for cxx_interface.
cxx_interface=`grep "^INTERFACE" ${if_topsrcdir}/gcc/cp/Makefile.in | sed 's/INTERFACE[ ]*=[ ]*\(.*\)/\1/'`
else
cxx_interface=
fi

# The trickiest part is libc_interface.
if [ -z "${libc_interface}" ]
then
case ${target_os} in
*linux*libc1*|*linux*libc5*)
case ${target_alias} in
*alpha*|*powerpc*)
libc_interface=-libc5.9-
;;
*)
libc_interface=-libc5-
;;
esac
;;
*linux*gnu*)
# We have to work harder to figure it out.
if [ ${target_alias} = ${build_alias} ]
then
dummy=if$$
cat >$dummy.c <<EOF
#include <features.h>
main(argc, argv)
int argc;
char *argv[];
{
printf("%d\n", __GLIBC_MINOR__);
return 0;
}
EOF
${CC-cc} $dummy.c -o $dummy 2>/dev/null
if [ "$?" = 0 ]
then
libc_interface=-libc6.`./$dummy`-
rm -f $dummy.c $dummy
else
# It should never happen.
echo "Cannot find the GNU C library minor version number." >&2
rm -f $dummy.c $dummy
exit 1
fi
else
# Cross compiling. Assume glibc 2.1.
libc_interface=-libc6.1-
fi
;;
*)
libc_interface=-
;;
esac
fi

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1999-04-07 Michael Meissner <meissner@cygnus.com>

* mt-d30v: New file, pass -g -Os -Wa,-C as default options.

1999-02-08 Syd Polk <spolk@cygnus.com>

* acinclude.m4: Added macros to find itcl files.
Export TCL_CFLAGS from tclConfig.sh.
Export TCL_LIB_FULL_PATH, TK_LIB_FULL_PATH, ITCL_LIB_FULL_PATH,
ITK_LIB_FULL_PATH, and TIX_LIB_FULL_PATH
Replace TIX macros with better ones from snavigator.

Tue Feb 2 22:51:21 1999 Philip Blundell <philb@gnu.org>

* mh-armpic: New file. Patch from Jim Pick <jim@jimpick.com>.
* mt-armpic: Likewise.

Mon Jan 18 19:41:08 1999 Christopher Faylor <cgf@cygnus.com>

* cygwin.mh: Activate commented out dependencies for
gdb: libtermcap.

Wed Nov 18 20:29:46 1998 Christopher Faylor <cgf@cygnus.com>

* cygwin.mh: Add extra libtermcap target information.
Add commented out dependency for gdb to libtermcap for
future readline requirement.

Mon Nov 2 15:15:33 1998 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: delete
* mh-cygwin: was mh-cygwin32

1998-10-26 Syd Polk <spolk@cygnus.com>

* acinclude.m4: TCLHDIR and TKHDIR need to be run through
cygpath for Microsoft builds.

1998-10-20 Syd Polk <spolk@cygnus.com>

* acinclude.m4: Re-exported TCL_LIBS and TCL_LD_SEARCH_FLAGS
because itcl needs them.

Mon Aug 31 17:50:53 1998 David Edelsohn <edelsohn@mhpcc.edu>

* mh-aix43 (NM_FOR_TARGET): Add -X32_64 as well.

Sat Aug 29 14:32:55 1998 David Edelsohn <edelsohn@mhpcc.edu>

* mh-aix43: New file.

Mon Aug 10 00:15:47 1998 HJ Lu (hjl@gnu.org)

* mt-linux (CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET): Add -D_GNU_SOURCE.

1998-05-29 Rob Savoye <rob@chinadoll.cygnus.com>

* acinclude.m4: New collection of generic autoconf macros.
Wed Apr 22 12:24:28 1998 Michael Meissner <meissner@cygnus.com>

* mt-ospace: New file, support using -Os instead of -O2 to compile
the libraries.

Wed Apr 22 10:53:14 1998 Andreas Schwab <schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>

* mt-linux (CXXFLAGS_FOR_TARGET): Set this instead of CXXFLAGS.

Sat Apr 11 22:43:17 1998 J. Kean Johnston <jkj@sco.com>

* mh-svsv5: New file - support for SCO UnixWare 7 / SVR5.

Thu Mar 26 01:54:25 1998 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: stop configuring and building dosrel.

Thu Sep 11 16:43:27 1997 Jim Wilson <wilson@cygnus.com>

* mh-elfalphapic, mt-elfalphapic: New files.

Wed Jul 23 12:32:18 1997 Robert Hoehne <robert.hoehne@Mathematik.TU-Chemnitz.DE>

* mh-go32 (CFLAGS): Don't set -fno-omit-frame-pointer.

Mon Jun 16 19:06:41 1997 Geoff Keating <geoffk@ozemail.com.au>

* mh-ppcpic: New file.
* mt-ppcpic: New file.

Thu Mar 27 15:52:40 1997 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: override CXXFLAGS, setting to -O2 only
(no debug)

Tue Mar 25 18:16:43 1997 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: override LIBGCC2_DEBUG_CFLAGS so debug info
isn't included in cygwin32-hosted libgcc2.a by default

Wed Jan 8 19:56:43 1997 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: override CFLAGS so debug info isn't included
in cygwin32-hosted tools by default

Tue Dec 31 16:04:26 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-linux: Remove.

Mon Nov 11 10:29:51 1996 Michael Meissner <meissner@tiktok.cygnus.com>

* mt-ppc: Delete file, options moved to newlib configure.

Fri Oct 4 12:21:03 1996 Angela Marie Thomas (angela@cygnus.com)

* mh-dgux386: New file. x86 dgux specific flags

Mon Sep 30 15:10:07 1996 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (EXTRALIBS_PPC_XCOFF): New, was EXTRALIBS_PPC.
(EXTRALIBS_PPC): Use shared libraries instead of xcoff.

Sat Aug 17 04:56:25 1996 Geoffrey Noer <noer@skaro.cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: don't -D_WIN32 here anymore

Thu Aug 15 19:46:44 1996 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (SEGFLAG_68K, SEGFLAG_PPC): Remove.
(EXTRALIBS_PPC): Add libgcc.xcoff.

Thu Aug 8 14:51:47 1996 Michael Meissner <meissner@tiktok.cygnus.com>

* mt-ppc: New file, add -mrelocatable-lib and -mno-eabi to all
target builds for PowerPC eabi targets.

Fri Jul 12 12:06:01 1996 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw: New subdir, Mac MPW configuration support bits.

Mon Jul 8 17:30:52 1996 Jim Wilson <wilson@cygnus.com>

* mh-irix6: New file.

Mon Jul 8 15:15:37 1996 Jason Merrill <jason@yorick.cygnus.com>

* mt-sparcpic (PICFLAG_FOR_TARGET): Use -fPIC.

Fri Jul 5 11:49:02 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-irix4 (RANLIB): Don't define; Irix 4 does have ranlib.

Sun Jun 23 22:59:25 1996 Geoffrey Noer <noer@cygnus.com>

* mh-cygwin32: new file. Like mh-go32 without the CFLAGS entry.

Tue Mar 26 14:10:41 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-go32 (CFLAGS): Define.

Thu Mar 14 19:20:54 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-necv4: New file.

Thu Feb 15 13:07:43 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-cxux (CC): New variable.
(CFLAGS, LDFLAGS): Remove.
* mh-ncrsvr43 (CC): New variable.
(CFLAGS): Remove.
* mh-solaris (CFLAGS): Remove.

* mh-go32: Remove most variable settings, since they presumed a
Canadian Cross, which is now handled correctly by the configure
script.

* mh-sparcpic (PICFLAG): Set to -fPIC, not -fpic.

Mon Feb 12 14:53:39 1996 Andreas Schwab <schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>

* mh-m68kpic, mt-m68kpic: New files.

Thu Feb 1 14:15:42 1996 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (CC_MWC68K): Add options similar to those used
in CC_MWCPPC, and -mc68020 -model far.
(AR_MWLINK68K): Add -xm library.
(AR_AR): Define.
(CC_LD_MWLINK68K): Remove -d.
(EXTRALIBS_MWC68K): Define.

Thu Jan 25 16:05:33 1996 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-ncrsvr43 (CFLAGS): Remove -Hnocopyr.

Tue Nov 7 15:41:30 1995 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (CC_MWC68K, CC_MWCPPC): Remove unused include path.
(CC_MWCPPC): Add -mpw_chars, disable warnings, add comments
explaining reasons for various flags.
(EXTRALIBS_PPC, EXTRALIBS_MWCPPC ): Put runtime library first.
Fri Oct 13 14:44:25 1995 Jason Molenda (crash@phydeaux.cygnus.com)

* mh-aix, mh-sun: Removed.

* mh-decstation (X11_EXTRA_CFLAGS): Define.

* mh-sco, mh-solaris, mh-sysv4 (X11_EXTRA_LIBS): Define.

* mh-hp300, mh-hpux, mh-hpux8, mh-solaris, mh-sun3, mh-sysv4: Don't
hardcode location of X stuff here.

Thu Sep 28 13:14:56 1995 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw: Add definitions for various 68K and PowerMac
compilers, add definitions for library and link steps for
PowerMacs.

Thu Sep 14 08:20:04 1995 Fred Fish <fnf@cygnus.com>

* mh-hp300 (CC): Add "CC = cc -Wp,-H256000" to avoid
"too much defining" errors from the HPUX compiler.

Thu Aug 17 17:28:56 1995 Ken Raeburn <raeburn@kr-laptop.cygnus.com>

* mh-hp300 (RANLIB): Use "ar ts", in case GNU ar was used and
didn't build a symbol table.

Thu Jun 22 17:47:24 1995 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (CC): Define ANSI_PROTOTYPES.

Mon Apr 10 12:29:48 1995 Stan Shebs <shebs@andros.cygnus.com>

* mpw-mh-mpw (EXTRALIBS): Always link in Math.o, CSANELIB.o,
and ToolLibs.o.

* mpw-mh-mpw (CC): Define ALMOST_STDC.
(CFLAGS): Remove ALMOST_STDC, -mc68881.
(LDFLAGS): add -w.

* mpw-mh-mpw (CFLAGS): Add -b option to put strings at the ends of
functions.

* mpw-mh-mpw: New file, host makefile definitions for MPW.

Fri Mar 31 11:35:17 1995 Jason Molenda (crash@phydeaux.cygnus.com)

* mt-netware: New file.

Mon Mar 13 12:31:29 1995 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-hpux8: New file.
* mh-hpux: Use X11R5 rather than X11R4.

Thu Feb 9 11:04:13 1995 Ian Lance Taylor <ian@cygnus.com>

* mh-linux (SYSV): Don't define.
(RANLIB): Don't define.

Wed Jan 11 16:29:34 1995 Jason Merrill <jason@phydeaux.cygnus.com>

* m?-*pic (LIBCXXFLAGS): Add -fno-implicit-templates.

Thu Nov 3 17:27:19 1994 Ken Raeburn <raeburn@cujo.cygnus.com>

* mh-irix4 (CC): Increase maximum string length.

* mh-sco (CC): Define away const, it doesn't work right; elements
of arrays of ptr-to-const are considered const themselves.

Sat Jul 16 12:17:49 1994 Stan Shebs (shebs@andros.cygnus.com)

* mh-cxux: New file, from Bob Rusk (rrusk@mail.csd.harris.com).

Sat Jun 4 17:22:12 1994 Per Bothner (bothner@kalessin.cygnus.com)

* mh-ncrsvr43: New file from Tom McConnell
<tmcconne@sedona.intel.com>.

Thu May 19 00:32:11 1994 Jeff Law (law@snake.cs.utah.edu)

* mh-hpux (CC): Add -Wp,-H256000 to avoid "too much defining"
errors from the HPUX 8 compilers.

Wed May 4 20:14:47 1994 D. V. Henkel-Wallace (gumby@cygnus.com)

* mh-lynxrs6k: set SHELL to /bin/bash

Tue Apr 12 12:38:17 1994 Ian Lance Taylor (ian@tweedledumb.cygnus.com)

* mh-irix4 (CC): Change -XNh1500 to -XNh2000.

Sat Dec 25 20:03:45 1993 Jeffrey A. Law (law@snake.cs.utah.edu)

* mt-hppa: Delete.

Tue Nov 16 22:54:39 1993 Jim Kingdon (kingdon@lioth.cygnus.com)

* mh-a68bsd: Define CC to gcc.

Mon Nov 15 16:56:51 1993 Jim Kingdon (kingdon@lioth.cygnus.com)

* mh-linux: Don't put -static in LDFLAGS. Add comments.

Mon Nov 15 13:37:58 1993 david d `zoo' zuhn (zoo@cirdan.cygnus.com)

* mh-sysv4 (AR_FLAGS): change from cq to cr

Fri Nov 5 08:12:32 1993 D. V. Henkel-Wallace (gumby@blues.cygnus.com)

* mh-unixware: remove. It's the same as sysv4, and config.guess
can't tell the difference. So don't allow skew.

Wed Oct 20 20:35:14 1993 Jim Kingdon (kingdon@lioth.cygnus.com)

* mh-hp300: Revert yesterday's change, but add comment explaining.

Tue Oct 19 18:58:21 1993 Jim Kingdon (kingdon@lioth.cygnus.com)

* mh-hp300: Don't define CFLAGS to empty. Why should hp300 be
different from anything else? ("gdb doesn't understand the native
debug format" isn't a good enough answer because we might be using
gcc).

Tue Oct 5 12:17:40 1993 Peter Schauer (pes@regent.e-technik.tu-muenchen.de)

* mh-alphaosf: Remove, no longer necessary now that gdb knows
how to handle OSF/1 shared libraries.

Tue Jul 6 11:27:33 1993 Steve Chamberlain (sac@phydeaux.cygnus.com)

* mh-alphaosf: New file.

Thu Jul 1 15:49:33 1993 Jim Kingdon (kingdon@lioth.cygnus.com)

* mh-riscos: New file.

Mon Jun 14 12:03:18 1993 david d `zoo' zuhn (zoo at rtl.cygnus.com)

* mh-aix, mh-aix386, mh-decstation, mh-delta88, mh-hpux, mh-irix4,
mh-ncr3000, mh-solaris, mh-sysv, mh-sysv4: remove INSTALL=cp line,
now that we're using install.sh globally

Fri Jun 4 16:09:34 1993 Ian Lance Taylor (ian@cygnus.com)

* mh-sysv4 (INSTALL): Use cp, not /usr/ucb/install.

Thu Apr 8 11:21:52 1993 Ian Lance Taylor (ian@cygnus.com)

* mt-a29k, mt-ebmon29k, mt-os68k, mt-ose68000, mt-ose68k,
mt-vxworks68, mt-vxworks960: Removed obsolete, unused target
Makefile fragment files.

Mon Mar 8 15:05:25 1993 Ken Raeburn (raeburn@cambridge.cygnus.com)

* mh-aix386: New file; old mh-aix, plus no-op RANLIB.

Thu Oct 1 13:50:48 1992 david d `zoo' zuhn (zoo at cirdan.cygnus.com)

* mh-solaris: INSTALL is NOT /usr/ucb/install

Mon Aug 24 14:25:35 1992 Ian Lance Taylor (ian@cygnus.com)

* mt-ose68000, mt-ose68k: renamed from mt-OSE*.

Tue Jul 21 02:11:01 1992 D. V. Henkel-Wallace (gumby@cygnus.com)

* mt-OSE68k, mt-680000: new configs.

Thu Jul 16 17:12:09 1992 K. Richard Pixley (rich@rtl.cygnus.com)

* mh-irix4: merged changes from progressive.

Tue Jun 9 23:29:38 1992 Per Bothner (bothner@rtl.cygnus.com)

* Everywhere: Change RANLIB=echo>/dev/null (which confuses
some shells - and I don't blame them) to RANLIB=true.
* mh-solaris: Use /usr/ucb/install for INSTALL.

Sun May 31 14:45:23 1992 Mark Eichin (eichin at cygnus.com)

* mh-solaris2: Add new configuration for Solaris 2 (sysv, no ranlib)

Fri Apr 10 23:10:08 1992 Fred Fish (fnf@cygnus.com)

* mh-ncr3000: Add new configuration for NCR 3000.

Tue Dec 10 00:10:55 1991 K. Richard Pixley (rich at rtl.cygnus.com)

* ChangeLog: fresh changelog.


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