Has anyone developed a cross-compiler for his processor using GCC tools?
New Wei Lee
Wed Jun 12 00:32:00 GMT 2002
Thanks a lot for your info! Can you please let me know which sections of the GCC online help contain information on how to tune GCC for new processors? Thank you once again.
New Wei Lee
> On the one hand GCC sources package contains a detailed description how to
> tune GCC for new processor and you can freely download and compile sources
> for all tools you need for this (I did). On the other hand to you need to
> familarize with a lot of GCC code and lean how GCC optimizer and code
> genarator works. In any case it's easier (cheaper) in comparison with
> development of absolutely new processor, I think.
> Hope my information will help you make right decision.
> Eugene Starokoltsev.
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> > Subject: Has anyone developed a cross-compiler for his processor
> > using GCC tools?
> > Hi,
> > The GCC packages provide cross compilers for only some widely
> > used processors such as MIPS and ARMS. Let's say I have designed
> > a target processor and I want to develop a cross compiler for it
> > on my Suns solaris system. Is it possible to do that using GCC
> > tools? Have anyone done it before?
> > If I only want to build a compiler for it but not an assembler
> > for it using GCC tools. Is this possible?
> > Thank you.
> > New Wei Lee
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