generating debug info for SingleStep Debugger
Tue May 7 02:17:00 GMT 2002
On Sat, 04 May 2002 10:04:16 +0300, Kai Ruottu wrote:
> Peter Steiner wrote:
>> I have built a m68k-elf-gcc 2.95.3 (from David Fiddes' patches) and
>> managed to compile and link a short test program.
> Simply don't use Cygwin at all...
> The alternative for Cygwin on Win32 hosts is Mingw, which behaves natively
> using 'd:/directory' in the pathnames. Please see: 'http://www.mingw.org'
[some explanation skipped]
> But nowadays some brave? people try to duplicate the Cygwin-layer
> (or the work of the Linux-, FreeBSD- etc. people...) with the 'MSYS'. The idea
> is something like "if a car must be used on the road, it must be possible to
> build and fix it there, so the car must some kind of car-factory/repair-center
> itself and one can always try to build more and different cars with its tools...".
So, if i understood you correctly, i have to build my m68k-elf-gcc using
mingw and MSYS?
I have tried that, could build and install binutils-2.10, but get an
error while make is trying to link collect2.exe:
gcc -DCROSS_COMPILE -DIN_GCC -g -O2 -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -o collect2.exe collect2.o tlink.o hash.o intl.o underscore.o version.o obstack.o -ladvapi32 ../libiberty/libiberty.a
collect2.o: In function `handler':
//c/l/gcc-m68k-ps/source/gcc-2.95.3/gcc/collect2.c:527: undefined reference to `kill'
collect2.o: In function `scan_prog_file':
//c/l/gcc-m68k-ps/source/gcc-2.95.3/gcc/collect2.c:2269: undefined reference to `pipe'
//c/l/gcc-m68k-ps/source/gcc-2.95.3/gcc/collect2.c:2292: undefined reference to `fork'
make: *** [collect2.exe] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/c/l/gcc-m68k-ps/build/gcc-newlib/gcc'
make: *** [all-gcc] Error 2
The used packages are: MinGW-1.1, MSYS-1.0.6, binutils-2.10, gcc-2.95.3,
What am I missing?
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