linking objects from other compilers
Robert J. Brown
Wed Dec 9 20:49:00 GMT 1998
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Dorin <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Michael> How hard it is it to link objects compiled by different
Michael> Is it possible to link in library generated from a MRI
Michael> What issues have to be considered?
This is a question I am interested in also, as we are using pSOS on a
project with the PPC, and I would like to be able to use gdb in a
cross platform setup together with dejagnu to automate regression
testing, but the pSOS library is in MRI format. We have the sources
for everything else, so we just need a way to port the pSOS libraries
to gcc and we are in business.
I have not had the time to look into this personally, but with system
test looming in the near future, I sure would like to use
gcc/gdb/dejagnu. I also prefer to debug with gdb under emacs, so I
can edit the sourc code right there when I find a problem, and then
recompile right on the spot.
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