Nathanael Nerode neroden@twcny.rr.com
Sun Nov 10 14:06:00 GMT 2002

I'm trying to autoconfiscate the top level of gcc/src, and get 
everything right for all different types of cross-compiles while I'm at 
it.  I ran into some trouble with the target-specific toplevel fragment 
config/mt-v810.  It looks from the tree like newlib is the *only* 
modules in gcc or src which actually supports v810.  So I need the 
following information:

* Does newlib actually, in fact, support v810?  If it doesn't, my work 
is simple, as I can cut out the v810-specific clauses which are causing 

* If it is supported, is it supported to *build* newlib on v810 
natively, or only to cross-compile?  If it's only cross-compiled,
I can probably cut out the v810-specific clauses as well, since you
should set your own CC_FOR_TARGET et al when doing that sort of 

* If it's supported natively, is the cc732 compiler, et al, the native 
compiler on the v810, or something else?  If it is I have a way of 
handling this reasonably neatly.

Thanks in advance....

Nathanael Nerode

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