[PATCH] fix missing option in binutils version check

Olaf Hering olh at suse.de
Tue Jun 15 03:38:41 EST 2004

 On Mon, Jun 14, Tom Rini wrote:

> > Everyone who wants to build the latest and greatest kernel can also
> > update binutils, its a no-brainer.
> ... which does, or doesn't compile a kernel?  Does the latest and
> greatest binutils and gcc automatically pass down -many, or does it fail
> to compile because the assembler needs -many, but it's not being passed
> along.  That's what I asked.

plain gcc 3.2.3 + binutils is a challenge, because it passes
-mppc instead of -many.

> And everyone who wants to build the latest and greatest stable kernel
> should probably stick with a stable release of binutils and gcc.  But
> that's just my 2 cents. :)

Lets just declare the hammer branch as stable, and older junk as

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