Re: ARM toolchain recommendation
I should think so. Do make sure you build a debian-style toolchain -
not one that installs to /usr/local/ It would be best to build from the
latest debian binutils and gcc packages so that we can keep in sync
Debian mainstream. If you wrote a script that would automagically
x86->arm, powerpc and m68k C and C++ cross-compilers and binutils, that
would be great.
The process is all nicely documented in the gcc/docs/cross-compile
Of Emdebian I assume....
This is the sort of thing that machine offered to set up would be
It will be up this weekend. I am taking the easy way out and swapping
Any progress on that?
What are your toolchain recommendations for ARM?
I'm still using the emdebian one for most things as it's a fine
for some things (e.g arm xscale targets) it's too old and i've been
either the handhelds.org toolchain or the scratchbox toolchain.
I will take a look at these.
there are also a couple of good ones at http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/
These are 3.2.x which I thought was very curious.