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Document proper cross-tools command to run, specially when working on a

new port.

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-# $OpenBSD: Makefile,v 1.116 2011/04/24 22:04:43 guenther Exp $
+# $OpenBSD: Makefile,v 1.117 2011/09/17 16:59:53 pirofti Exp $
#
# For more information on building in tricky environments, please see
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# 4) If you are reasonably sure that things will compile OK, use the
# "make build" target supplied here. Good luck.
#
-# 5) If you want to setup a cross-build environment, there is a "cross-tools"
-# target available which upon completion of "make TARGET=<target> cross-tools"
+# 5) If you want to setup a cross-build environment, there is a "cross-gcc"
+# target available which upon completion of:
+# make -f Makefile.cross TARGET=<target> cross-gcc"
# (where <target> is one of the names in the /sys/arch directory) will produce
# a set of compilation tools along with the includes in the /usr/cross/<target>
# directory. The "cross-distrib" target will build cross-tools as well as

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