[Mono-dev] 32-bit support in hppa_atomic.s
vargaz at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 17:37:47 EDT 2005
Mono has not been ported to hppa.
On 8/16/05, Gary V. Vaughan <mono-devel at mlists.thewrittenword.com> wrote:
> Right now, using the vendor compilers, I am trying to port mono-1.1.7
> to various commercial Unix including hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.00 and
> hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.11. Unfortunately, I am stuck here:
> gmake: Entering directory `/opt/build/mono-1.1.7/mono/io-layer'
> /bin/sh ../../libtool --mode=compile cc -I../.. +O2 -z +Onofltacc +ESlit
> +DAportable +Oentrysched +Odataprefetch +Onolimit +ESdbgasm -g -c -o
> libwapi_la-hppa_atomic.lo `test -f 'hppa_atomic.s' || echo
> cc -I../.. +O2 -z +Onofltacc +ESlit +DAportable +Oentrysched
> +Odataprefetch +Onolimit +ESdbgasm -g -c hppa_atomic.s +Z -DPIC -o
> .libs/libwapi_la-hppa_atomic.ocpp: "hppa_atomic.s", line 34: error 4062:
> "Currently only supports 64 bit pointers"
> gmake: *** [libwapi_la-hppa_atomic.lo] Error 1
> I would much rather have a 32-bit Mono (all of our support libraries are
> 32-bit), and wondered whether there is any technical reason why it is
> not supported right now? Or if it is just a "simple matter of
> programming" for the right person? If so, who might the right person
> Maybe this is already fixed in the latest stable release?
> Gary V. Vaughan (gary at thewrittenword.com)
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