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Re: cross compiling and crtbeginS.o
On 26/02/2008, at 9:21 PM, matthew green wrote:
MKGCC=no has issues in general. i haven't heard of anyone
using an external compiler lately but maybe those who do
could speak up, if they use it.
I just found PR/37072.
So I guess, this can be summarised as MKGCC=no requires a full
toolchain, and since the tools infrastructure doesn't supply one,
EXTERNAL_TOOLCHAIN must be set.
So, we need to either change the tools infrastructure to supply a
full toolchain, or put a check in the makefiles to ensure that the
user specifies EXTERNAL_TOOLCHAIN whenever they specify MKGCC=no.
if you don't want certain parts build for your embedded
platform, i would hack the makefiles to not build the
gcc dirs in gnu/usr.bin and gnu/lib that you don't want.
Been there, done that. I was looking to steal other people's work and
reduce the number of changes I was making to the source tree.
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