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{system ? builtins.currentSystem}:
let buildFor = toolsArch: (
pkgsFun = import ../../..;
pkgsNoParams = pkgsFun {};
sheevaplugCrossSystem = {
crossSystem = rec {
config = "arm-linux-gnueabi";
bigEndian = false;
arch = "armv5te";
float = "soft";
withTLS = true;
libc = "glibc";
platform = pkgsNoParams.platforms.sheevaplug;
openssl.system = "linux-generic32";
inherit (platform) gcc;
raspberrypiCrossSystem = {
crossSystem = rec {
config = "arm-linux-gnueabihf";
bigEndian = false;
arch = "armv6";
float = "hard";
fpu = "vfp";
withTLS = true;
libc = "glibc";
platform = pkgsNoParams.platforms.raspberrypi;
openssl.system = "linux-generic32";
inherit (platform) gcc;
armv7l-hf-multiplatform-crossSystem = {
crossSystem = rec {
config = "arm-linux-gnueabihf";
bigEndian = false;
arch = "armv7-a";
float = "hard";
fpu = "vfpv3-d16";
withTLS = true;
libc = "glibc";
platform = pkgsNoParams.platforms.armv7l-hf-multiplatform;
openssl.system = "linux-generic32";
inherit (platform) gcc;
aarch64-multiplatform-crossSystem = {
crossSystem = rec {
config = "aarch64-linux-gnu";
bigEndian = false;
arch = "aarch64";
withTLS = true;
libc = "glibc";
platform = pkgsNoParams.platforms.aarch64-multiplatform;
inherit (platform) gcc;
selectedCrossSystem =
if toolsArch == "armv5tel" then sheevaplugCrossSystem else
if toolsArch == "armv6l" then raspberrypiCrossSystem else
if toolsArch == "armv7l" then armv7l-hf-multiplatform-crossSystem else
if toolsArch == "aarch64" then aarch64-multiplatform-crossSystem else null;
pkgsUnspliced = pkgsFun ({inherit system;} // selectedCrossSystem);
pkgs = pkgsUnspliced.splicedPackages;
inherit (pkgsUnspliced.buildPackages) stdenv nukeReferences cpio binutilsCross;
glibc = pkgs.libcCross.nativeDrv;
bash = pkgs.bash.crossDrv;
findutils = pkgs.findutils.crossDrv;
diffutils = pkgs.diffutils.crossDrv;
gnused = pkgs.gnused.crossDrv;
gnugrep = pkgs.gnugrep.crossDrv;
gawk = pkgs.gawk.crossDrv;
gzip = pkgs.gzip.crossDrv;
bzip2 = pkgs.bzip2.crossDrv;
gnumake = pkgs.gnumake.crossDrv;
patch = pkgs.patch.crossDrv;
patchelf = pkgs.patchelf.crossDrv;
gcc =;
gmpxx = pkgs.gmpxx.crossDrv;
mpfr = pkgs.mpfr.crossDrv;
zlib = pkgs.zlib.crossDrv;
libmpc = pkgs.libmpc.crossDrv;
binutils = pkgs.binutils.crossDrv;
libelf = pkgs.libelf.crossDrv;
# Keep these versions in sync with the versions used in the current GCC!
isl = pkgs.isl_0_14.crossDrv;
rec {
coreutilsMinimal = pkgs.coreutils.override (args: {
# We want coreutils without ACL/attr support.
aclSupport = false;
attrSupport = false;
# Our tooling currently can't handle scripts in bin/, only ELFs and symlinks.
singleBinary = "symlinks";
tarMinimal = pkgs.gnutar.override { acl = null; };
busyboxMinimal = pkgs.busybox.override {
useMusl = true;
enableStatic = true;
enableMinimal = true;
extraConfig = ''
build =
stdenv.mkDerivation {
name = "stdenv-bootstrap-tools-cross";
crossConfig = pkgsUnspliced.hostPlatform.config;
buildInputs = [nukeReferences cpio binutilsCross];
buildCommand = ''
set -x
mkdir -p $out/bin $out/lib $out/libexec
# Copy what we need of Glibc.
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/ld-*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libc*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libc_nonshared.a $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libm*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libdl*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/librt*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libpthread*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libnsl*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libutil*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libnss*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/libresolv*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${glibc.out}/lib/crt?.o $out/lib
cp -rL ${}/include $out
chmod -R u+w "$out"
# glibc can contain linker scripts: find them, copy their deps,
# and get rid of absolute paths (nuke-refs would make them useless)
local lScripts=$(grep --files-with-matches --max-count=1 'GNU ld script' -R "$out/lib")
cp -d -t "$out/lib/" $(cat $lScripts | tr " " "\n" | grep -F '${glibc.out}' | sort -u)
for f in $lScripts; do
substituteInPlace "$f" --replace '${glibc.out}/lib/' ""
# Hopefully we won't need these.
rm -rf $out/include/mtd $out/include/rdma $out/include/sound $out/include/video
find $out/include -name .install -exec rm {} \;
find $out/include -name ..install.cmd -exec rm {} \;
mv $out/include $out/include-glibc
# Copy coreutils, bash, etc.
cp ${coreutilsMinimal}/bin/* $out/bin
(cd $out/bin && rm vdir dir sha*sum pinky factor pathchk runcon shuf who whoami shred users)
cp ${bash}/bin/bash $out/bin
cp ${findutils}/bin/find $out/bin
cp ${findutils}/bin/xargs $out/bin
cp -d ${diffutils}/bin/* $out/bin
cp -d ${gnused}/bin/* $out/bin
cp -d ${gnugrep}/bin/grep $out/bin
cp ${gawk}/bin/gawk $out/bin
cp -d ${gawk}/bin/awk $out/bin
cp ${tarMinimal}/bin/tar $out/bin
cp ${gzip}/bin/gzip $out/bin
cp ${bzip2.bin}/bin/bzip2 $out/bin
cp -d ${gnumake}/bin/* $out/bin
cp -d ${patch}/bin/* $out/bin
cp ${patchelf}/bin/* $out/bin
cp -d ${gnugrep.pcre.crossDrv.out}/lib/libpcre*.so* $out/lib # needed by grep
# Copy what we need of GCC.
cp -d ${gcc.out}/bin/gcc $out/bin
cp -d ${gcc.out}/bin/cpp $out/bin
cp -d ${gcc.out}/bin/g++ $out/bin
cp -d ${gcc.lib}/lib*/* $out/lib
cp -d ${gcc.lib}/lib*/* $out/lib
cp -rd ${gcc.out}/lib/gcc $out/lib
chmod -R u+w $out/lib
rm -f $out/lib/gcc/*/*/include*/linux
rm -f $out/lib/gcc/*/*/include*/sound
rm -rf $out/lib/gcc/*/*/include*/root
rm -f $out/lib/gcc/*/*/include-fixed/asm
rm -rf $out/lib/gcc/*/*/plugin
#rm -f $out/lib/gcc/*/*/*.a
cp -rd ${gcc.out}/libexec/* $out/libexec
chmod -R u+w $out/libexec
rm -rf $out/libexec/gcc/*/*/plugin
mkdir $out/include
cp -rd ${gcc.out}/include/c++ $out/include
chmod -R u+w $out/include
rm -rf $out/include/c++/*/ext/pb_ds
rm -rf $out/include/c++/*/ext/parallel
cp -d ${gmpxx.out}/lib/libgmp*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${mpfr.out}/lib/libmpfr*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${libmpc.out}/lib/libmpc*.so* $out/lib
cp -d ${zlib.out}/lib/* $out/lib
cp -d ${libelf}/lib/* $out/lib
# These needed for cross but not native tools because the stdenv
# GCC has certain things built in statically. See
# pkgs/stdenv/linux/default.nix for the details.
cp -d ${isl}/lib/libisl*.so* $out/lib
# Also this is needed since bzip2 uses a custom build system
# for native builds but autoconf (via a patch) for cross builds
cp -d ${bzip2.out}/lib/* $out/lib
# Copy binutils.
for i in as ld ar ranlib nm strip readelf objdump; do
cp ${binutils.out}/bin/$i $out/bin
cp -d ${binutils.out}/lib/lib*.so* $out/lib
chmod -R u+w $out
# Strip executables even further.
for i in $out/bin/* $out/libexec/gcc/*/*/*; do
if test -x $i -a ! -L $i; then
chmod +w $i
$crossConfig-strip -s $i || true
nuke-refs $out/bin/*
nuke-refs $out/lib/*
nuke-refs $out/libexec/gcc/*/*/*
mkdir $out/.pack
mv $out/* $out/.pack
mv $out/.pack $out/pack
mkdir $out/on-server
tar cvfJ $out/on-server/bootstrap-tools.tar.xz --hard-dereference --sort=name --numeric-owner --owner=0 --group=0 --mtime=@1 -C $out/pack .
cp ${busyboxMinimal}/bin/busybox $out/on-server
chmod u+w $out/on-server/busybox
nuke-refs $out/on-server/busybox
''; # */
# The result should not contain any references (store paths) so
# that we can safely copy them out of the store and to other
# locations in the store.
allowedReferences = [];
dist = stdenv.mkDerivation {
name = "stdenv-bootstrap-tools-cross";
buildCommand = ''
mkdir -p $out/nix-support
echo "file tarball ${build}/on-server/bootstrap-tools.tar.xz" >> $out/nix-support/hydra-build-products
echo "file busybox ${build}/on-server/busybox" >> $out/nix-support/hydra-build-products
); in {
armv5tel = buildFor "armv5tel";
armv6l = buildFor "armv6l";
armv7l = buildFor "armv7l";
aarch64 = buildFor "aarch64";