I am in the process of building GNU emacs for my YOPY linux-based PDA
(http://www.yopy.com/). It's uses an ARM chip. Needless to say, the poor
thing is too small to install a C development environment, so I am
cross-compiling it on my x86 desktop.
However, during the build, emacs uses some of the binary executables it
builds: test-distrib, make-docfile, temacs and emacs itself. Of course,
they fail, and the build doesn't complete.
Has anyone any ideas on how this should be handled?
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