r177161 - Take in account the triplet 'powerpc-linux-gnuspe' for PowerPC SPE. Done for the port of Debian on this arch. More information on: http://wiki.debian.org/PowerPCSPEPort Patch by Roland Stigge

Roland Stigge stigge at antcom.de
Fri Mar 15 10:12:51 PDT 2013

On 03/15/2013 05:32 PM, Sylvestre Ledru wrote:
> On 15/03/2013 17:27, Jordan Rose wrote:
>> From that site:
>>> The 'powerpcspe' architecture is a binary-incompatible variant of the PowerPC/POWER designed and supported by FreeScale and IBM. It is also known under the trade names "e500"/"MPC8500" and "e200"/"MPC5xx".
>> I'm not really qualified to make this call, but it sounds like changing the OS/vendor part of the triple seems like the wrong thing to do. Is there a reason why you didn't change the CPU part and then just make it an alias of PowerPC for now?
> Well, I am not really qualified too :)
> I applied the patch provided by the porter of powerpcspe for Debian (C/C
> of this email). AFAIK, it makes clang works.
> However, if you think there is a better way, I would be happy to revert
> this commit and implement it.

Works fine - as it does for thousands of other packages also. :-)

Thanks for applying!


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