openSUSE lacks useable cross-compilers to glibc systems. This is the attempt to provide those, most important a cross-compiler for arm/aarch64.

Required for this is a way to get at the sysroot prefix for an architecture, preferably by some rpm macro so the sysroot can be easily standardized by the various packages participating in the cross-toolchain.

A nice addon would be to have a convenient way to populate a sysroot with packages from an alternate repository using zypper.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

zypper compiler arm rpm

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  • over 6 years ago: michal-m liked this project.
  • over 7 years ago: a_faerber liked this project.
  • over 7 years ago: bmwiedemann liked this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther added keyword "rpm" to this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther added keyword "zypper" to this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther added keyword "compiler" to this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther added keyword "arm" to this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther started this project.
  • over 7 years ago: rguenther originated this project.

  • Comments

    • bmwiedemann
      over 7 years ago by bmwiedemann | Reply

      a convenient way to populate a sysroot => rpmbootstrap

    • rguenther
      over 7 years ago by rguenther | Reply

      Yeah, well. I'd like to have zypper get support for alternate sysroots (it kind of already has --root, but no way to specify an alternate architecture nor to initially populate a root).

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