[ECOS] Re: Using a different toolchain
Tue Apr 4 14:23:00 GMT 2006
In gmane.os.ecos.general, you wrote:
> Hi all. I'm trying to find hints on how to get ecos to build using a
> non-stock toolchain.
There's no trick to it: you just do it.
> It's gcc, but not one of the canned ones that comes with ecos.
I've never used a "canned" toolkit.
> First, is there a way to convince ecosconfig and friends to
> generate a different tool prefix in the makefiles?
You mean different filenames for gcc et al?
It's probably easiest to just create symlinks so that the
default filenames work.
> 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
> 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.
In what way?
> 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?
Either that or tell us how it failed.
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