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What GCC version will be included in next AmigaOS SDK release?
Is It possibile to upload a full version of GCC on os4depot and/or aminet?

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What one is better to grab: from your page which is 10.3.0_buld2 or from SBA1's page? i mean gcc11 is not too beta ?:)


The best would be to build from SBA:s repo. I you build mine you would get a clib2 with c11 thread support which is highly experimental, more experimental than I can recommend :)

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Thanks

Btw, i see the last one on SBA repo 11.1 but on GCC page 2021-07-28 11.2 were out. Is it possible to ask you about merge?:)

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What GCC version will be included in next AmigaOS SDK release?


My intention is to have gcc 8.4.0 as a standard and optionally user will be able to install 10 or 11. That's my plan at least.

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Btw, i see the last one on SBA repo 11.1 but on GCC page 2021-07-28 11.2 were out. Is it possible to ask you about merge?:)


Definitely, the plan is to bump version 11 one more time. 12.0 is probably not far off. I'll look into this after the holidays are over.

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@walkero

Glad to know you are involved in this project 🙂
Is there any chance to have a native support also for A1222/tabor? GCC needs a patch to support also spe code generation.

Actually I'm using unofficial GCC 8.4.0 installed over original OS4.1FE SDK
In next days I'll update with recent Hyperion SDK release.

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@sTix
Thanks a bunch! :)

@Flash

Probably George choose to have by default 8.4.0 and not anything newer because 8.4.0 was the last one with SPE (so Tabor) support. But everyone else who has no need for Tabor support can choose to install the latest-better versions of GCC.

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IMHO GCC 8 should not have SPE support, it was lost after GCC 5
Is there someone to confirm (or not)?

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AFAIK the last gcc to support SPE code generation when using the regular ppc target is gcc 7. For later versions the only way to build SPE code is using a special ppc_spe-<OS>-gcc cross-compiler.

The latest gcc with SPE support that can be built from adtools is gcc 6.4.0.

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Ok thanks!

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While installing GCC 11 from the Adtools repo find out that in Makefile it has: CLIB2_URL=https://github.com/sodero/clib2

isn't it installs your clb2 already ?:)

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While installing GCC 11 from the Adtools repo find out that in Makefile it has: CLIB2_URL=https://github.com/sodero/clib2

isn't it installs your clb2 already ?:)


That's the way it's supposed to be, it's needed for C++17. The SHA1 is set though, so you're not going to get anything funky.
If you use my adtools repo you'll get HEAD on master from my clib2 fork which contains threading and so on.

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I think that gcc 8 still has support for SPE. But anyway, I will try to find the necessary information and include it in the next SDK.

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I try locally to compile sba1/adtools and create a native package of GCC 8.4.0 for AmigaOS 4, but when I use the coreutils 8.27, I always get errors.

I tried on Ubuntu 20.04, and there is an error where it needs to execute a 32bit binary, but this is not possible. Now I changed to Ubuntu 18.04 and the error I get is

make src/make-prime-list
make[2]: Entering directory '/opt/adtools/native-build/coreutils-native-build'
  
CC       src/make-prime-list.o
cc1
error: -Wabi won't warn about anything [-Werror=abi]
cc1: note: -Wabi warns about differences from the most up-to-date ABI, which is also used by default
cc1: note: use e.g. -Wabi=11 to warn about changes from GCC 7
cc1: all warnings being treated as errors
Makefile:7844: recipe for target '
src/make-prime-list.o' failed
make[2]: *** [src/make-prime-list.o] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '
/opt/adtools/native-build/coreutils-native-build'
Makefile:12783: recipe for target '
/opt/adtools/coreutils/repo/src/primes.h' failed
make[1]: *** [/opt/adtools/coreutils/repo/src/primes.h] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory '
/opt/adtools/native-build/coreutils-native-build'
makefile:261: recipe for target '
coreutils-native-done' failed
make: *** [coreutils-native-done] Error 2


what I am doing is shown below
# Prepare coreutils 8.27
gild/bin/gild checkout coreutils 8.27 && \
gild
/bin/gild checkout gnulib for-coreutils-8.27 && \
cd coreutils
/repo && \
./bootstrap

# create the release packages
cd /opt/adtools/native-build
make native
-install


The interesting thing is that with coreutils 5.2 I manage to create the packages just fine, even under Ubunut 20.04

My questions are:
1. When you create your adtools packages, are you using coreutils 8.27 or 5.2?
2. Do you have any idea about the problem above?
3. Are you using a 32bit system to create the packages?
4. Is it fine to create the packages with coreutils 5.2, if those are not going to be used anywhere else than the packaging process of the adtools?
5. In sba1/adtools the coreutils refer to 8.27, but I checked the patches and they are referring to 8.29 source code (https://github.com/sba1/adtools/blob/m ... igaOS4-compile.patch#L236). Is it right to have those patches with the 8.27? Those comments are exactly the same with the version at OS4Depot.
6. Do you know if anyone compiled GCC 8.5.0 and if it is possible to be done?

Sorry for so many questions. I hope this is fine.

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Quick answers, I'm in a hurry :)

1: 5.2
2: No, haven't looked much at coreutils since 5.2 is fine by me.
3: No, 64-bit. But it shouldn't matter.
4: Yes.
5: Sounds suspicious.
6: I don't know if anyone tried but it shouldn't be to hard, it's just a point release (and the v9 patches could perhaps give some clues).

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On Ubuntu 20 have you installed the 32-bit compatability package (most distributions have those), at work we had some old 32-bit software that is vital for us to working (from sgi) and it works perfectly with the 32-bit compatibility package the distro was red-hat.

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Those answers are pretty fine for me, and thank you for that. I will investigate more.

@trgswe
I did but it didn't work. Possible there is an other issue somewhere. But it doesn't matter for now, since what I am trying to do is covered from coreutils 5.2

I will open a couple of tickets at adtools, especially for the 5th of my bullets above.

Thanks guys for your valuable help.

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# Prepare coreutils 8.27
gild/bin/gild checkout coreutils 8.27 && 
gild/bin/gild checkout gnulib for-coreutils-8.27 && 
cd coreutils/repo && 
./
bootstrap

Is leading to:
Cloning into 'repo'...
remoteEnumerating objects1147done.
remoteCounting objects100% (1147/1147), done.
remoteCompressing objects100% (1065/1065), done.
remoteTotal 1147 (delta 410), reused 248 (delta 72), pack-reused 0
Receiving objects
100% (1147/1147), 1.92 MiB 3.42 MiB/sdone.
Resolving deltas100% (410/410), done.
Noteswitching to '3df84f0492a97e07fe4de62bd2ed34e4dd3045ef'.

You are in 'detached HEAD' stateYou can look aroundmake experimental
changes 
and commit them, and you can discard any commits you make in this
state without impacting any branches by switching back to a branch
.

If 
you want to create a new branch to retain commits you createyou may
do so (now or laterby using -c with the switch commandExample:

  
git switch -<new-branch-name>

Or 
undo this operation with:

  
git switch -

Turn off this advice by setting config variable advice.detachedHead to false

Branch 
'8.27' set up to track remote ref 'refs/tags/v8.27'.
Switched to a new branch '8.27'
Checkout defines some git submodules.
ApplyingbuildChanges for AmigaOS4 compile
Applying
buildRemove submodule info
Cloning into 
'repo'...
warningCould not find remote branch 405cd675384221b541b460c43de26d159914fe0a to clone.
fatalRemote branch 405cd675384221b541b460c43de26d159914fe0a not found in upstream origin
Traceback 
(most recent call last):
  
File "/home/rjd/Downloads/projects/2adtools/gild/bin/gild-checkout"line 68in <module>
    
os.chdir(repo_path)
OSError: [Errno 2No such file or directory'/home/rjd/Downloads/projects/2adtools/gnulib/repo'
./bootstrapError: --no-git requires --gnulib-srcdir

What am I doing wrong?

I get this because:
https://github.com/sba1/adtools/blob/master/gnulib/series

contains this hardcoded revision which apparently does not exist, so I am curious as to how got that to work.


Edited by rjd324 on 2022/1/7 11:10:04
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As much as I understand you need to clone first the gnulib repo and put it inside the gnulib folder. That's what I do.

cd adtools/gnulib
git clone https://github.com/coreutils/gnulib repo

But I might be wrong as well. I didn't manage to make the coreutils compile on my system.

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Do you think LTO optimization can be enabled for GCC native builds?

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It already is (at least for GCC 10+) but it doesn't work natively for unknown reasons.

You can check if it's enabled with a
gcc --version (I think)

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