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Re: Re(2): motorola coldfire patches ?
I too am building binutils-2.9.1 / gcc-2.95 / newlib-1.8.1, but for
cygwin32. David has a collection of patches called
gcc-m68k-essentials.tar.gz that contains patches for binutils-2.9.1 /
egcs-1.1.2 / newlib-1.8.1.
I have applied these and am in the process of building tools for cygwin32 ->
m68k-rtemself and m68k-rtemscoff.
While I'm typing this, the coff version has finished and the elf version
just puked building gcc-2.95 with errors during libgcc2, once again into the
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 1999 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: Re(2): motorola coldfire patches ?
> On Thu, 5 Aug 1999, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 4, 1999, <joel@OARcorp.com> wrote:
> > >gcc 2.95 does in fact support the coldfire. It also supports m68k-elf
> > >a target to configure. In fact, I built it this morning myself. :)
> > Thanks. The only remaining problem is that my binutils refuses to
> > configure for m68k-elf. I must be missing a version or some patches... I
> > found several binutils and egcs patches for coldfire, and I have trouble
> > finding out what is actually needed and what have been already included
> > in the various packages (binutils, gcc, gdb for BDM, ...).
> Weird. I have no local patches to add m68k-elf to binutils 2.9.1 Just
> to test. I unpacked binutils 2.9.1 from the original source and configured
> it for m68k-elf on a Linux computer. What is going wrong for you?
> > I would be glad if someone could point me to the "latest" up-to-date
> > stuffs for coldfire or eventually point me to the right web page to
> David Fiddes maintains a fabulous site on ColdFire and MC68xxx embedded
> development. It is at http://www.calm.hw.ac.uk/davidf/coldfire/ and is a
> good place to look for patches. But I don't think you have to have any to
> configure binutils 2.9.1 for m68k-elf or ColdFire.
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