From: Laur Ivan (Laur.Ivan at domain corvil.com)
Date: Fri 27 Sep 2002 - 16:36:02 IST
If memory helps, this is to compile some assembly language files.
Probably the old "as" could generate binaries, thus the -c (compile?)
option. Probably is safe to remove the "-c" altogether.
...interesting someone is compiling linux 1.0 these days :)
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> O' Riordan
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> Subject: [ILUG] ancient as
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to compile linux 1.0 at the moment, and (after some minor
> modifications to the source & makefiles) have gotten the 'make dep' to
> work. However, when I tried 'make zImage', I hit the following lines
> of a Makefile:
> $(AS) -c -o $*.o $<
> The problem being that my version of 'as' doesn't have a '-c' option
> Can anyone guess what's the intention of the above Makefile lines ?
> I'm rtfm'ing at the moment, but dammit I hate gnu info !
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