How to use newlib
Fri Apr 28 00:05:00 GMT 2000
Doug Evans <email@example.com> writes:
| > what is the right way to use newlib? I tried to compile a simple
| > hello world, but I get only errors:
| You don't say what options you passed to configure.
| Always always ALWAYS specify these.
| > gcc -Wall -I../newlib-1.8.2.inst/i686-pc-linux-gnu/include -c hello.c -o hello.o
| Guessing that it's i686-pc-linux-gnu ...
| newlib-1.8.2 doesn't support it (IIRC).
Is it not possible to use newlib with Linux on Intel? I would like to
use newlib for a Linux bootdisk, but that is not possible?
What I did:
The configure in the newlib-1.8.2 does not do anything. I created in
the newlib-1.8.2 directory two build directories for libgloss and
newlib and run configure without any arguments in those directories.
Then I have copied the libs and headers by hand to a new directory.
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