Tue, 18 Sep 2001 15:38:02 -0700
> Isn't it more sensible to run it on the target machine? After all, if you
> can rsh to the target from the source I would think that that would be the
> cleanest way.
I repeat my mail of Sep 10.
This sounds like massive overkill to me. Recall that this C program is created
and executed for each run of MLton, not just for bootstrapping. I don't want to
have an rsh be part of a normal crosscompile. Since he is already
crosscompiling, he does already have the right header files -- he just needs to
include them in, but run the non-cross compiling gcc.