|Cross-compiler needed: generate MIPS code on a Sparc firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU (Richard Chapman) (1993-07-18)|
|Re: Cross-compiler needed: generate MIPS code on a Sparc email@example.com (Eric Muller) (1993-07-19)|
|Cross-compiler needed: generate MIPS code on a Sparc firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-07-19)|
|Date:||Mon, 19 Jul 1993 14:22:13 GMT|
| [re cross-compiling GCC for Mips, doc says]
| * Cross-compilers for the Mips as target do not work because the
| auxiliary programs `mips-tdump.c' and `mips-tfile.c' can't be
| compiled on anything but a Mips.
The current release of GCC (2.4.5) does support building a cross
compiler for the MIPS, provided you configure it --with-gnu-as and
--with-gnu-ld. You have to also get the current released versions of
the GNU assembler (2.1.1) and GNU binutils (2.2.1) which provide MIPS
support. When gcc is configured for using the GNU assembler, it does
not use nor build the mips-tfile and mips-tdump programs.
Michael Meissner email: email@example.com phone: 617-621-8861
Open Software Foundation, 11 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA, 02142
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