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Artifact da80a8dfaa1368ec6f169145d635c907b70dddf9:


#! /usr/bin/env bash

if [ -z "${CROSS}" ]; then
	echo 'Error: Environment variable CROSS is empty/unset.  Aborting.' >&2

	exit 1
fi

CCROOT="${HOME}/root/cross-compilers/${CROSS}"
CCROOTBIN="${CCROOT}/bin"

PATH="${PATH}:${CCROOTBIN}"
AR="${CCROOTBIN}/${CROSS}-ar"
CC="${CCROOTBIN}/${CROSS}-gcc ${CC_ADD}"
CXX="${CCROOTBIN}/${CROSS}-g++ ${CC_ADD}"
RANLIB="${CCROOTBIN}/${CROSS}-ranlib"
if [ -z "${STRIP}" ]; then
	STRIP="${CCROOTBIN}/${CROSS}-strip"
fi
export PATH AR CC CXX RANLIB STRIP

# When cross-compiling Tcl it cannot detect these things and so assumes failure
# This in turn creates linking issues because it will define the replacements
# in the main library and stubs library, which we may both link to
ac_cv_func_memcmp_working=yes
tcl_cv_strstr_unbroken=ok
tcl_cv_strtoul_unbroken=ok
tcl_cv_strtod_unbroken=ok
tcl_cv_strtod_buggy=ok
export ac_cv_func_memcmp_working tcl_cv_strstr_unbroken tcl_cv_strtoul_unbroken tcl_cv_strtod_unbroken tcl_cv_strtod_buggy

CROSS_HOST="${CROSS}"
case "${CROSS}" in
	x86_64-*)
		case " ${CC_ADD} " in
			*' -m32 '*)
				CROSS_HOST="$(echo "${CROSS_HOST}" | sed 's@^x86_64-@i386-@')"
				;;
		esac
		;;
	i?86-*)
		case " ${CC_ADD} " in
			*' -m64 '*)
				CROSS_HOST="$(echo "${CROSS_HOST}" | sed 's@^i.86-@x86_64-@')"
				;;
		esac
		;;
esac

./kitcreator "$@" --host="${CROSS_HOST}"