> On 2007.04.10 at 19:16:03 +0200, Christophe Devine wrote:
> > I cross-compiled OpenSSL on ARM and MIPS a couple months ago, to
> > perform some RSA benchmarking. I remember hacking the linux-
> > generic target to use arm-linux-gcc instead of gcc also added
> > -static to the CFLAGS. There is probably a more elegant way to
> > do it, but at least it got the job done.

> More elegant way is already implemented in the current 0.9.9
> snapshots.There is additional option for Configure script --cross-
> compile-prefix.
> In your cace
> ./Configure linux-generic --cross-compile-prefix=arm-linux-
> should do, except for statically linking libc.

Does that just change the name of the compiler from "gcc" to
"arm-linux-gcc"? Is there also an option to specify the exec_prefix?
I'm 80% through adding that to my 0.9.8e and was going to send patches.
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