lp:ubuntu/raring-proposed/binutils-armhf-cross

Created by Ubuntu Package Importer on 2012-11-21 and last modified on 2013-03-30
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10. By Matthias Klose on 2013-03-30

Build-depend on binutils-source (>= 2.23.2-1ubuntu2).

9. By Matthias Klose on 2013-02-22

* Build-depend on binutils-source (>= 2.23.1-0ubuntu11).
* For cross builds, add the tool libdir to the library search path.

8. By Matthias Klose on 2013-02-14

Build-depend on binutils-source (>= 2.23.1-0ubuntu10).

7. By Matthias Klose on 2013-01-11

Build-depend on binutils-source (>= 2.23.1-0ubuntu6).

6. By Matthias Klose on 2012-12-05

* Remove the add-multiarch-dirs-for-linker patch.
* Build --with-sysroot=/. LP: #923779.
* Build-depend on binutils-source (>= 2.23.1-0ubuntu4).

5. By Marcin Juszkiewicz on 2012-11-19

* Update to current version
* Disable -Werror for cross - aarch64 needs it. LP: 1079676

4. By Marcin Juszkiewicz on 2012-09-21

Update to current version

3. By Marcin Juszkiewicz on 2012-09-17

Rebuild against latest toolchain source packages for consistency.

2. By Marcin Juszkiewicz on 2012-07-18

* Update cross binutils to be on same version as native one.
* Dropped dependency on g++ cause it is in build-essential.
* Dropped duplicate dependency on lsb-release.
* Bumped Standards-Version to 3.9.3

1. By Marcin Juszkiewicz on 2012-05-14

Move cross binutils to separate source package as this will make
armel-cross-toolchain-base (a-c-t-b) arch:all so less building. Also
allows to kill a-c-t-b when we will get cross-arch build dependencies.

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