[ECOS] Using a different toolchain

Andrew Lunn andrew@lunn.ch
Tue Apr 4 13:17:00 GMT 2006

On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 09:05:44AM -0400, John R. Dunning wrote:
> Hi all.  I'm trying to find hints on how to get ecos to build using a
> non-stock toolchain.  It's gcc, but not one of the canned ones that
> comes with ecos.
> First, is there a way to convince ecosconfig and friends to generate a
> different tool prefix in the makefiles?  It seemed like it was
> designed for that, but I couldn't find it.  If not, it's no big deal,
> I can tweak the makefiles after generation.


> Second, is there documentation on what sections and other
> constructions are required in the linker script?  I tried using a
> linker script from another (non-ecos) project, but that failed
> miserably.  I have the impression that the script I'm using just
> doesn't have enough in it, but I don't speak ld well enough to know
> what I'm missing.  Do I just need to go read up on that stuff in order
> to get my linker script right?

What is wrong with the linker script eCos generates? Since you are
still using gcc and i assume you are still using binutils, i would of
thought target.ld would work.


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