x86-linux -> x86-pc cross

Stephen Smith ischis2@home.com
Thu Jun 14 08:49:00 GMT 2001


David Korn wrote:

>
>   This is the module dealing with exception handling.
>
> >In file included from gthr-default.h:1,
> >                 from ../../gcc-2.95.2-6/gcc/gthr.h:98,
> >                 from ../../gcc-2.95.2-6/gcc/libgcc2.c:3039:
> >../../gcc-2.95.2-6/gcc/gthr-win32.h:67: windows.h: No such
> >file or directory
> >make[1]: *** [libgcc2.a] Error 1
> >make[1]: Leaving directory
> >`/usr/local/cross-compilers/cross-source/build-gcc/gcc'
> >make: *** [all-gcc] Error 2
>
>   Looking at the sequence of include files here, it's trying to find a
> threads package for the target, and choosing a win32 threads package, which
> presumably is the nearest thing it knows about.  Look at the gcc configure
> command from your script:
>

>
> >../gcc-${gcc_version}/configure --prefix=$prefix
> >--target=$target --host=$host --build=$build \
> >  --with-newlib --enable-languages=$languages \
> >  --with-included-gettext --enable-shared --enable-threads
>
>   You may want to change that --enable-threads option, presumably since
> you're compiling for a naked board with no OS you'd want to use
> --disable-threads.  You should probably also replace --enable-shared with
> --disable-shared since you probably don't have a dynamic linker on your
> target for loading libgcc.a at runtime....
>

Only one problem:  my embedded system does support threads and exception handling.  BTW, the motorola-powerpc-elf target
works just fine.  Do you have any other suggestions.  Should I use the windows support package that comes with cygwin.

sps



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