cc can't build 32-bit executables on amd64

Roland Smith rsmith at
Mon May 1 22:04:27 UTC 2006

On Mon, May 01, 2006 at 05:39:02PM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote:

> I may be missing something huge, but, it seems to me, that my little
> patch is sufficient to point cc to the right direction. With it I can
> create 32-bit executables. Thus created lame, for example (from the
> audio/lame port) works and happily converts mp3 files (using
> assembler-optimized routines available only for 32-bit i386).

Lame compiles and runs just fine on amd64.

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