|porting gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-09-15)|
|Re: porting gcc email@example.com (Jeff Sturm) (2000-09-17)|
|Re: porting gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael A. Sewell) (2000-09-17)|
|Re: porting gcc email@example.com (2000-09-17)|
|Re: porting gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-09-28)|
|Re: porting gcc email@example.com (Tom Payne) (2000-10-08)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Juergen Fischer)|
|Date:||15 Sep 2000 01:34:01 -0400|
I want to port gcc to my virtual machine. which actually doesn't exist
yet, maybe its design will depend on what gcc is capable of.
is RTL able to generate code to any C-able machine ?
I hope I will be presented int n=*p++; in some abstract
"pointer-plusplus"-token/struct, not in a "risc"
MOVB R0,[R1]; ADD R1,4 ? able to cover C-able machines such as for
example char* being different adresspattern than int* ?
I guess what I am trying to ask is whether the backend programmer got
full abstract C type information.
"location/version" questions arise:
- actually I want g++. assuming a g++ port, is the result any use for
porting gcc? are they "RTL-compatible" ?
- I'd like latest stable/widely used but not experimental version. are
various (minor?) versions "RTL compatible" ?
- I need win32 executable gcc to start with.
actually my first step problem is to download the right set of
source/executable packages to start with. and the "how to port gcc"
manual I heard about but searchengines don't find...
please advice URLs. leanest size packages if possible (does it contain
machinedescriptionfiles for all cpus? an example, say 68000, maybe
would be helpful).
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