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Re: ITP: gvd

On Sun, Dec 03, 2000 at 12:21:53AM -0500, Christopher C. Chimelis wrote:
> On Sat, 2 Dec 2000, David Starner wrote:
> > gnat's on i386, sparc and powerpc according to the control file. Here's
> > hoping that this convinces people to port GNAT to thier system.
> I've been trying to get up the energy to do this for Alpha.  Any tips on
> where to start would be appreciated, though, since the docs for porting it
> are very lacking...

This message came across comp.lang.ada at one point. I don't know if it
will help much - you might try emailing the author, who works for ACT.
Alternately, GNAT should be part of GCC Any Day Now, and at that point, 
gcc@gcc.gnu.org will probably be an excellent place to get assistance.


Subject: Re: Desirability of C++
Date:  05/24/2000
Author: Richard Kenner <kenner@lab.ultra.nyu.edu>

In article <8g15c0$dpc$1@mamenchi.zrz.TU-Berlin.DE>
bruns@tetibm2.ee.TU-Berlin.DE (Warner Bruns) writes:
> I did try to cross-compile on an alpha running tru64.
> But it doesn't work, since the bin-utils do not allow
> the combination to be run on an alpha-tru64 and compile for
> an alpha-linux.
 You actually don't need to do this.  You can go up to the .s files in
the cross-environment (see the gnat-cross target) and then do the
assemblies  on the target.
>  So: Ada and Linux are not a good combination on the Alpha platform.
 A faculty member at NYU (not part of the GNAT project) built GNAT for
Alpha/Linux using the above method back around 1994; it's not that hard


David Starner - dstarner98@aasaa.ofe.org
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