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How to Build Unix BSP
- Date: 08 Aug 2001 08:05:42 +0200
- From: corsepiu at faw.uni-ulm.de (Ralf Corsepius)
- Subject: How to Build Unix BSP
Am 08 Aug 2001 11:11:09 +0530 schrieb Kiran C:
> What build utils should I use to build UNIX BSP.(Synthetic Target).
> Can I use my native gcc compliers?
> Or should I be using any cross complier for it?
> The README.Configure does n't give any any information about the
> parameters for the
> Configure script for the UNIX BSP.
None are required, but you might want to apply --prefix=<somewhere>
(Don't use /usr or /usr/local)
> I am trying to build it in Cygwin.
In this case, native means using the Cygwin toolchain (Not a DOS/Win
> Has anybody reported success in doing so?
This is known to be broken at several places, with different problems
popping up depending on which version of Cygwin and of RTEMS you are
going to use.
Fixing this properly would not be easy, but unfortunately, apparently
nobody seems to care about.
However, it is fairly easy to get it "compilable" with a couple of
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