Problems during compiling for microblaze-rtems
Tue Dec 4 11:17:00 GMT 2012
On 12/03/2012 02:03 PM, Matthias Goldhoorn wrote:
> On 03.12.2012 13:04, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
>> On 12/03/2012 12:51 PM, Matthias Goldhoorn wrote:
>>> I just tried to compile an gcc with the newlib for the microblaze-rtems
>> What is your host OS? I am providing toolchains from a variety of host
>> OS, which can be found below
> I'm using debian testing, but our institute is using also ubuntu LTS.
Well, ... I certainly not my choice of preference.
> I'm tiring to the the whole tool chain setup in our build chain
> (autoproj) running. that's why i would prefer to do the tool chain setup
> on my own.
>> Alternatively, try the RTEMS GCC/newlib patches from
> I currently triing the default setup of the newlib..., don't know about
> the patches.
> I'm new to rtems. Should i apply all patches of the given path, or only
> the latest one?
No. Just the latest ones.
> Are the gcc's/binutils/newlibs prepatched?
No. These are vanilla source tarballs.
> Maybe you can give me and short howto setup the tool chain hint/page...
Building the toolchains isn't trivial. It's a rolling process which
pretty frequently changes and comes with many tiny pitfalls.
The whole procedure is lurking inside of the rpm-specs.
E.g. this file is what is being used to build the microblaze-toolchains:
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