|[Q for GCC] : how to porting gcc to new target? email@example.com (tasi@emc) (2001-08-15)|
|Re: [Q for GCC] : how to porting gcc to new target? firstname.lastname@example.org (Gabriel Dos Reis) (2001-08-16)|
|Re: [Q for GCC] : how to porting gcc to new target? email@example.com (Martin von Loewis) (2001-08-16)|
|Re: [Q for GCC] : how to porting gcc to new target? firstname.lastname@example.org.OZ.AU (2001-08-16)|
|Re: [Q for GCC] : how to porting gcc to new target? email@example.com (2001-08-16)|
|From:||Martin von Loewis <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||16 Aug 2001 23:49:51 -0400|
|Organization:||Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Computer Science|
|Posted-Date:||16 Aug 2001 23:49:51 EDT|
"tasi@emc" <email@example.com> writes:
> I am new user for gcc and I wonder how to porting the gcc to another
> target. For example, If I want a ARM gcc, where to get the first
> document? and what's my second? Actually, I wish to understand
> where can get the related document to porting gcc quickly!
Hmm. Do you want to port gcc to a new, unsupported target or to
install a cross compiler for an existing target? ARM is a supported
target, after all.
In any case, all this is documented in the GCC manual. I recommend to
read the texinfo nodes (gcc)Portability, (gcc)Interface, (gcc)RTL,
(gcc)Machine Desc, (gcc)Target Macros, (gcc)Config, (gcc)Fragments,
and (gcc)Installation - the latter one should be sufficient when
creating a compiler for a supported architecture.
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