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Clean up *.la after installing compiler/libraries.

Having *.la in the installation directory breaks ltrace: in ltrace,
libtool somehow considers libsupc++ to be an "accessory library" and
does not add -lsupc++ to the link flags. Neither Ubuntu, nor RedHat
include *.la files into their packages for libstdc++.

Signed-off-by: Alexey Neyman <stilor@att.net>
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Alexey Neyman 7 years ago
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      scripts/build/cc/100-gcc.sh

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scripts/build/cc/100-gcc.sh

@ -535,6 +535,16 @@ do_gcc_core_backend() {
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Installing ${log_txt}"
CT_DoExecLog ALL make ${JOBSFLAGS} ${extra_user_env} ${core_targets_install}
# Remove the libtool "pseudo-libraries": having them in the installed
# tree makes the libtoolized utilities that are built next assume
# that, for example, libsupc++ is an "accessory library", and not include
# -lsupc++ to the link flags. That breaks ltrace, for example.
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Housekeeping for final gcc compiler"
CT_Pushd "${prefix}"
find . -type f -name "*.la" -exec rm {} \; |CT_DoLog ALL
CT_Popd
if [ "${build_manuals}" = "yes" ]; then
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Building the GCC manuals"
CT_DoExecLog ALL make pdf html
@ -932,6 +942,15 @@ do_gcc_backend() {
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Installing final gcc compiler"
CT_DoExecLog ALL make ${JOBSFLAGS} install
# Remove the libtool "pseudo-libraries": having them in the installed
# tree makes the libtoolized utilities that are built next assume
# that, for example, libsupc++ is an "accessory library", and not include
# -lsupc++ to the link flags. That breaks ltrace, for example.
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Housekeeping for final gcc compiler"
CT_Pushd "${prefix}"
find . -type f -name "*.la" -exec rm {} \; |CT_DoLog ALL
CT_Popd
if [ "${build_manuals}" = "yes" ]; then
CT_DoLog EXTRA "Building the GCC manuals"
CT_DoExecLog ALL make pdf html

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