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8 Commits (e149e28e57de91cad96033047872d84e6938ea23)

Author SHA1 Message Date
Yann E. MORIN" 894a3cd5ba Update and clarify COPYING (plus a typo).
/trunk/COPYING |    9     7     2     0 +++++++--
 1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
15 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 387d109fa0 Update COPYING to make it clear that crosstool-NG is part of the source of a toolchain.
/trunk/COPYING |   14    14     0     0 ++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 14 insertions(+)
15 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 07fa611771 Robet P. J. DAY: typoes. 16 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 5b7672f931 Clarify licensing issues. 16 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 7131764f9c Remove any reference to libfloat. That has gone once and for all.
Most of the time, soft-float problems are caused by this sucker of gcc:
it has support for soft float for all of the targets I've tried so far,
but does not activate this code until you dwelve into half a dozen of
files to make it accept to build and link the support code...

So, yes: gcc has soft-float support. And again, yes: gcc is a sucker.
16 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 344a346103 Rephrase the licensing of patches/ 16 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 79f2ee09f5 Rename directory "licenses" to "licenses.d" for those filesystems unable to handle lower/upper case.
Update COPYING accordingly.
17 years ago
Yann E. MORIN" 1906cf93f8 Add the full crosstool-NG sources to the new repository of its own.
You might just say: 'Yeah! crosstool-NG's got its own repo!".
Unfortunately, that's because the previous repo got damaged beyond repair and I had no backup.
That means I'm putting backups in place in the afternoon.
That also means we've lost history... :-(
17 years ago