OK, OK, HELP!!!!
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
> SOMETHING I AM MISSING.
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++
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