SPARC Cross Compiler
Mon Oct 15 21:34:00 GMT 2001
On Monday 15 October 2001 10:43 pm, you wrote:
> -- David Dudley [ mailto:email@example.com ] writes --
> > Hey guys!
> > I need to build a sparc-rtems-elf cross compiler, hosted on a
> > i586-pc-linux-elf host.
> > I configured the compiler with <configure --host=i586-pc-linux-elf
> > --target=sparc-rtems-elf --with-newlib>
> > When I build the compiler with 'make cross', things go fine,
> > till the end of
> > stage1. As soon as it tries to do 'stage2', the configure
> > fails, with the
> > fact that 'xcc can't build executables'. What's it trying to
> > do, generating
> > the stage2 compiler trying to use the target compiler,
> > instead of the host?
> What happens if you ignore it?
The build FAILS right at that point, and won't continue. I've done a <make
distclean>, and am currently reconfiguring and rebuilding, so I can get the
exact error message.
Oh, also, forgot to mention... this is with the new gcc 3.0, and the current
release of binutils, and newlib.
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