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Author martin.panter
Recipients EdSchouten, martin.panter
Date 2016-09-10.23:21:01
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Can you get your importlib changes so they are compatible with a native build? If so, maybe you can build the frozen module with a native build rather than a cross build.

“freeze_importlib is built using the compiler for the target”: I may be mistaken, but I thought we recently prevented this from being cross-compiled: Issue 27641, revision bc677cb34889, Jul 2016. Your patch seems to be based ontop of this change. Perhaps you have found some way to bypass that cross-compilation detection logic.

The addition of $(FREEZE_IMPORTLIB) is a bit like the outdated cross-override.patch I once proposed for Issue 22625.
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