[ECOS] building and install gcc: ARM Thumb Atmel EB40 (FIXED)
Mon Mar 4 05:51:00 GMT 2002
At 00:49 03/03/2002 +0000, Pete Barrie wrote:
>Win2000 + Cygwin + binutils 2.11.2
>Trying to install gcc-core-20020225 and gcc-g++-20020225
>for ARM Thumb Atmel AT91EB40 board (newest version - just purchased)
>The ARM Thumb install page says:
>"The GNU Compiler Collection web site contains plenty of information about
>installing and using GCC. Unfortunately the most recent official release
>(GCC 2.95.2) is not capable of supporting eCos for ARM THUMB. A snapshot
>of the GCC development sources should be used to obtain the most
>up-to-date compiler with new features and bug fixes."
>My interpretation of this is such that I loaded and am attempting to
>install gcc-core-20020225.tar.gz and gcc-g++-20020225.tar.gz loaded
>Is this an OK version to use?
>Anyway I get to build stage:
>Build and install GCC:
>make -w all-gcc install-gcc \
>LANGUAGES="c c++" 2>&1 | tee make.out
>and I get the output at the bottom of the mail.
Now fixed - binutils were not built correctly for ARM which
led to this failure.
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