Subject: Re: HPPA toolchain.
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Matt Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/06/2003 09:09:27
On Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 12:45 PM, Matt Thomas wrote:
> I now have a working toolchain based on binutils-current and
> gcc-current (3.4). It uses the Linux ABI and assembly
> conventions. The good news is that it should be relatively
> simple to backport the changes to GCC 3.3.1.
There is now a [mostly] working in-tree toolchain for HPPA.
I applied my binutils and gcc changes to the in-tree binutils
and gcc3 sources. The only problem is that a few program cause
ld to either die an assertion or segfault.
The libc assembly source have been moved to the new assembler
conventions. However, ld.elf_so needs a lot of help since it's
been extensively reworked since there was a working toolchain.
(hppa needs it's own version of _rtld_bind added to hppa_reloc.c)
I haven't tried to build a kernel but I would expect that
libkern's .S files as well as hppa's need to be updated.
Matt Thomas email: email@example.com
3am Software Foundry www: http://3am-software.com/bio/matt/
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