On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 06:23:03AM +0000, Paul D. DeRocco wrote:
I found a bug in the GNU assembler that makes it produce corrupted
listings, reported it on sourceware bugzilla, and it has been fixed. Now
I'd like to take those small patches and apply them to the assembler that
winds up in the SDK. The patches are shown here:
The only recipe I found in Pyro that seemed appropriate was
meta/recipes-devtools/binutils/binutils-crosssdk_2.28.bb, so I created a
binutils-crosssdk_%.bbappend in my layer with a FILESEXTRAPATHS_prepend
and a SRC_URI listing the patches, which I put into a binutils
When I ran the populate_sdk task, the patches failed because they didn't
find the source files, which are supposed to be in a subdirectory called
So I'm wondering, is this the wrong recipe? Does something else build gas?
Or am I just doing this wrong? The workings of the build system are pretty
opaque and mysterious.
You can apply the patch to all binutils variants, its fine. Send a patch or if you
want, file a ticket in bugzilla and we will take care.
Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco
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