[issue1006238] cross compile patch
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Sat Oct 31 23:53:05 CET 2009
Garrett Cooper <yanegomi at gmail.com> added the comment:
I'm trying to resolve this issue on:
first by resolving issues configure.in, but there are a TON of
AC_TRY_RUN's, which means that this code cannot be cross-compiled as-is
(25 on 2.x -- 27 on 3.x).
Is requiring the end-user to define the autoconf variables appropriately
to their platform when running configure (when provided an error message
telling them so), a longterm sustainable requirement? I know it isn't as
user friendly, but this is a definite problem that either needs to be
fixed in the autoconf tests (if possible) or the C code itself.
I wouldn't mind updating the INSTALL or README files to reflect this
change either, if needed.
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