OK, OK, HELP!!!!

joel@OARcorp.com joel@OARcorp.com
Fri Mar 26 05:17:00 GMT 1999

On Fri, 26 Mar 1999, Matt Stack wrote:

> Please help:
> I need to run gcc on a PC running windows 95 and compile for an embedded
> sparc v8 environment.
> How do I get gcc to cross compile?  It will not re-compile from the source
> with sparc target, it claims there are some files missing.  CYGWIN claims to
> be able to compile to v8, but can not, as I have tried it.  Every compiler I
> get from GNU that claims to compile to sparc v8 doesn't.  THERE MUST BE

My guess is that you are using the native compiler which produces x86
code.  The gcc manual documents ALL of the switches that gcc supports
indpendent of the host/target.  You will have to build a cross compiler.

See the crossgcc instructions or the "Getting Started with RTEMS for C/C++
Users" manual.


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