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new snapshot and gdb RPMs



Hi,

There is a new RTEMS snapshot in the usual place:

ftp://ftp.oarcorp.com/pub/rtems/snapshots/current

It is a significant step forward in the move to
a multilib'ed RTEMS and a separate BSP Kit.  There
have been many changes to the configurery to get 
to this point.  The i386, powerpc, sh, and sparc
ports (I think) are the ones which still don't build
multilib style.  Help is appreciated to get this
all resolved.  What this means is that on those
ports, you can't build without having information
currently provided by libcpu or the BSP. To
build multilib, do this:

configure with --enable-multilib instead of --enable-rtemsbsp
make RTEMS_BSP="" preinstall
make RTEMS_BSP=""

I also put new gdb RPMs out because I noticed that
PSIM did not have shared memory and semaphore support
enabled.

I should have another nice surprise out next week. :)

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