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Subject: Building for more than one host architecture
From: "Tony Carter, MIT Bates Linac" <CARTER@AESIR.MIT.EDU>
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 1995 13:25:13 -0400 (EDT)
Is anyone out there building EPICS on more than one host arch at the same
time?  Our development machine configuration is:

	Alpha/DEC Unix - Client applications
	Sun/SunOS - Client applications & IOC core/applications

I want to have only one master copy of the EPICS development tree on an
NFS server to be mounted by various development machines.  Matt Needes
and Mike Bordua (et al) did a nice job of laying things out so that
object modules/executables/etc are kept seperate for different archs, so
I don't see a problem there.  But in ...config/CONFIG_SITE you must specify
only one host architecture for HOST_ARCH.  Swapping back and forth between
machine specific CONFIG_SITE's is not an option.

If there is no better solution, I can mount the base and extensions subdirs
off of the server seperately and have arch specific config subdirs to be
mounted as "config" on each development machine.  It just seems like there
should be a more intelligent solution.  Is there?

Thanks.

Tony Carter
MIT Bates Linac


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