Thu Jul 12 08:46:00 GMT 2001
I've been reading through the new FAQ at : http://crossgcc.billgatliff.com/crossgccfaq/t1.html
and I have a question about target names.
I have been using target names as they (more or less) appear as output from config.guess, using targets such as
i386-pc-linux-gnu, i386-pc-netbsd1.4.3, and sparc-sun-solaris2.7
The FAQ uses:
powerpc-eabi, powerpc-elf, powerpc-linux, arm-linux, arm-elf, sh-elf, sh-linux, h8300-coff and m68k-coff
Am I using the wrong form for my target, or is either valid? Where do I are these terms defined?
I've been a windows geek until resently, and I'm not sure what half of these even are. The FAQ assumes that you know what
elf, arm, coff, etc. are.
I'd appreachiate a point in the right direction.
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