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From: Tero Koskinen on 27 Jan 2010 16:57
I recently got amd64(x86_64) system and put OpenBSD there.
There was no native GNAT for OpenBSD/amd64, so I had to
create one by cross-compiling the compiler on i386.
To spare others from the same operation, I made my
gcc and gnat packages available at
They work on the latest OpenBSD 4.6-current (or 4.7-beta)
and installation happens with pkg_add:
I am sure there are some bugs left, but the packages can be
used for bootstrapping if nothing else.
Makefile rules ("port" in OpenBSD terms) to create packages
can be found from GNUAda repository:
From: Julian Leyh on 28 Jan 2010 09:58
Am 27.01.10 22:57, schrieb Tero Koskinen:
> I recently got amd64(x86_64) system and put OpenBSD there.
> There was no native GNAT for OpenBSD/amd64, so I had to
> create one by cross-compiling the compiler on i386.
Thank you, Tero, for your work! I will test this as soon as I get a
OpenBSD system handy :)
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