[ECOS] porting ecos to a "new" hardavre.
Mon Mar 5 16:19:00 GMT 2012
On 04.03.2012 20:02, Ferenc Cserepkei wrote:
> I am maintaining some embedded hardvare, the board has some custom
> brew bios. We should add tcp/ip (preferably V6) functionlity soon. The
> existing BIOS the board has rather dumb, its main functionalty is
> BASIC configuration of the FPGAs and ASICs the board has, give a
> 9600/8N1 serial, and upgrade sw parts in motorola s-record format (can
> be streamed over serial). I already built a GCC 4.6.2 sporting
> newlib1.20 for the main processor what is freescale MPC8548.
> My question is, how can i tell ecos 3.0, to use that compiler (it has
> GDB 7.3, psim and python support) and how can i design a template
> "build>templates" for our systems?
You actually need to introduce the path to your new compiler to your
environment. How to do it depends on your host system (OS, shell, etc).
What host do you use?
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