Just happened to suck down and grep the canonicle SDL 1.2 and it has some atari mentions; I'm assumign a firebee branch is lurking around somewhere, as the changes in SDL for mint are back in 2009 ....
Trying a couple things:
Build a presumably 68k version:
./configure --disable-shared --enable-static --host=m68k-atari-mint --disable-threads --disable-video-opengl --disable-cdrom
--> spits out a .a, so thats good
I see a few mentions of LDG .. do I need that, or can I just do:
m68k-atari-mint-gcc myfile.c -o myfile.prg -lSDL -lgem
(that _links_ okay...)
--> on firebee, not sure if it works, doesn't seem to, but I ran out of time before could test.
Thoguht to build a coldfire SDL:
./configure --disable-shared --enable-static --host=m68k-atari-mint --disable-threads --disable-video-opengl --disable-cdrom --disable-assembly CFLAGS="-mcpu=5475"
--> fail to build, due to coldfire and 68k asm differences in ASM embedded in the SDL source
I imagine some of the 68k asm (move.b ..) is blowing up coldfire, so.. hmm.
Must be a newer source somewhere