mcore-*-* target to be deleted?
Thu Dec 16 08:35:00 GMT 2004

> > 
> > The mcore code has, unfortunatly, become very out of date.   The 
> > mainline hasn't built since 6.2 was released, and with 6.3 past that 
> > broken code was dropped.  This all came about because GDB's frame code 
> > was rewritten from scratch and the mcore was never updated to work with 
> > the new code.
> > 
> > The way to revive the mcore isn't through votes, nominations, or 
> > appointments, it's through code.  A developer with an assignment 
> > contributes code to current standards (most importantly does not use 
> > deprecated interfaces) then it can very easily be re-integrated (and 
> > they may quickly find themselves in a more responsible role).  Any 
> > questions on how to do it welcome(1).
> > 
> > Andrew
> > 
> > (1) Exprerience suggests that largely starting from scratch (using the 
> > existing code as a guideline) is easier.  This is because the bulk of 
> > the current file is redundant.
> > 
> Hi,
> I´m doing some academical research on mcore simulator and I briefly studied the sources for mcore simulator. Is that enough to be the new maintainer? I´m not up to date with changes in the simulator interface, but I could work with that.
> Jose Miguel Benitez

Hi again!

Maybe my mail was too short and too mysterious (sorry for my gramatical mistakes!), but I have problems with my personal computer and I must check my mail while I'm working, so I cannot spend too much time.

As I said, I'm working with the mcore simulator. Even I made changes to the sources modifying memory management and trying to include some peripherals. As a result of that work, I got familiarized with the gdb simulator interface and with the sources for mcore. So I think I´m able to study the new changes in the interface and to adapt the mcore sources (I guess).

Also I want to participate in SL community and I feel like working with gdb. I am a telecommunications engineer and I've experience in C programming. I don't know if all this is enough, but I'm ready for hard work. I hope you consider my offering.

Thanks and greetings!

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