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D. Peter Siddons wrote:
> Thanks Joel. Does your comment about gcc3.3.5 mean that it is still a 
> bit flaky? (I'm working on Coldfire).

No.  There were just a couple of small patches.

   + PowerPC - define __USE_INIT_FINI__ so global constructors code
       in RTEMS uses the right method to run them
   + ARM - library linking error because argument not passed to gas
       for default target
   +

> One more little thing; the web page telling how to retrieve from the cvs 
> site tells you to use a password. In fact, the password doesn't work, 
> you have to use a null password (i.e. just hit <CR>).

OK.  How about this?

Index: htdocs/cvs.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /usr1/CVS/wwwrtems/htdocs/cvs.html,v
retrieving revision 1.4
diff -u -r1.4 cvs.html
--- htdocs/cvs.html	20 Aug 2003 14:08:05 -0000	1.4
+++ htdocs/cvs.html	3 Nov 2004 19:11:30 -0000
@@ -38,7 +38,8 @@
  before any other arguments).</p>

  <p>Issue the command <code>cvs login</code>.  You will be prompted for
-a password; reply with the string "anoncvs".</p>
+a password; simply press <return> as there is no password for anonymous
+accesss.</p>

  <p>Issue the command </p>
  <blockquote><p><code>cvs -z 9 co -P rtems</code></p></blockquote>



> Pete.
> 
> 
> Joel Sherrill wrote:
> 
>> D. Peter Siddons wrote:
>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>   I want to try to add a bsp to the rtems tree for eventual submission.
>>>
>>>> From discussions on the list, I gather that the place to do this is 
>>>> into 
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> the cvs development branch (i.e. 4.7). I was able to get the tree 
>>> from the repository OK, but I need advice on which tools to download 
>>> for this branch.
>>
>>
>>
>> If you are on Linux, you can use apt or yum and fetch the patckages
>> that way.  For an RPM to install the info for the RTEMS apt
>> repository:
>>
>> http://www.rtems.com/ftp/pub/rtems/linux/redhat/7.3/i386/rpms/rtems-4.7/rtems-4.7-apt-conf-0.0-0/ 
>>
>>
>> The newest RTEMS RPMs that I am currently testing with
>> are (and replace sparc with your CPU):
>>
>> $ rpm -qg RTEMS/4.7 | grep sparc
>> rtems-4.7-sparc-rtems4.7-gdb-5.2-2
>> rtems-4.7-sparc-rtems4.7-binutils-2.15-1
>> rtems-4.7-sparc-rtems4.7-gcc-gcc3.3.5newlib1.12.0-2
>> rtems-4.7-sparc-rtems4.7-c++-gcc3.3.5newlib1.12.0-2
>> $ rpm -qg RTEMS/4.7 | grep auto
>> rtems-4.7-autoconf-rtems-2.59-2
>> rtems-4.7-automake-rtems-1.9.2-1
>>
>> Ralf is testing newer versions of everything.
>>
>> Right now, I want to get a 3.3.5 that I am reasonably satisfied with
>> before moving on to territory that is probably more broken.
>>
>> The latest tools are available from here if you are not using apt/yum.
>>
>> http://www.rtems.com/ftp/pub/rtems/linux/redhat/7.3/i386/rpms/rtems-4.7/
>>
>>> The download helper doesn't have a 4.7 entry (anyway, it doesn't seem 
>>> to be functional at the moment, it returns an empty list for any 
>>> release listed). 
>>
>>
>>
>> Grrr... I broke it adding 4.6.2 and no one reported it.  I accidentally
>> did not have a ";;" at the end of a case option.  It should be fixed now.
>>
>>> Any advice on which versions to use?
>>
>>
>>
>> See above.  I suppose I need to fix dl-helper to give you a hint
>> on snapshots.  But yum is the ticket.
>>
>>> Pete.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
> 
> 


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