there is no official support for PowerPC yet.
So I managed to build GCCGO (GCC 4.8.4) that runs on linux-amd64 and
targets linux-powerpc, and intended to use GCCGO whenever I need to use GC.
I had libgo.so as well. I built a simple program with my GCCGO that could
then run on linux-powerpc successfully.
However, I needed to build the packages that come with Go. Go's build
script "make.bash" uses cmd/dist and go_bootstrap and so on. I then built
cmd/dist for powerpc. But it seems that I needed to modify its source code
to support "linux.powerpc" and such. There seems to be a long journey
ahead, and I really do not know if that is the right direction.l.. So I am
here to ask if anyone tried similar things and would like to shed me some
Thanks in advance.
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