build stuck: rtems-4.10.2, arm-elf, nds

Mathew Benson mathew.benson at
Thu Apr 11 12:45:05 UTC 2013

Building from source is against policy in my organization.  It makes maintenance more difficult.  We get dinged when we're audited and auditors find software that didn't come from an approved yum repository.  We have to at least document what software was installed from source, where it came from, and how we plan to get notification of updates and patches.  

On Apr 11, 2013, at 7:14 AM, Chris Johns <chrisj at> wrote:

> Ralf Corsepius wrote:
>> So far I deliberately had remained silent with my opinion on RSB, but
>> you apparently "mean it",
> Of course we do. It is a viable solution to building tools from source. It is not unique and is friendly to RTEMS. It is nothing more than an alternative our users can select.
>> That said advising, people using these OSes to using packages which are
>> build not using these OSes nominal buildsystems is BAD advise.
> Are you saying you cannot build gcc from source on these hosts ?
> Chris
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