RE: i386->powerpc cross compiler
I've generated a powerpc gcc 2.95.2 crosscompiler on an i386 platform
without any problems.
And I use binutils-188.8.131.52.16
CFLAGS=-O6 CXXFLAGS=-O6 /usr/src/gcc-2.95.2/configure --prefix=/usr \
--host=i586-unknown-linux --build=i586-unknown-linux \
# --enable-languages="" --with-newlib
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De: Brendan J Simon [SMTP:Brendan.Simon@ctam.com.au]
> Date: lundi 10 avril 2000 15:33
> À: email@example.com
> Objet: Re: i386->powerpc cross compiler
> Konstantinos Margaritis wrote:
> > On Mon, 10 Apr 2000, David N. Welton wrote:
> > > Any plans to create an i386 to powerpc gcc crosscompiler package? I
> > > think we'd increase our popularity amongst the embedded folks who use
> > > PPC.
> > I was actually thinking about creating one myself, but I cannot promise
> > when that will be, it might be tomorrow or in one month. To be frank, I
> > may need this for my work (though not embedded-oriented), but things are
> > a bit vague so far. Still, I too think it would be nice to have and I
> > actually think of having a whole series of cross-compilers from and to
> > each and every debian platform available. (section: cross-compilers?)
> I have also been thinking about this (well more dreaming).
> I think this is a brilliant idea.
> I would also like to see every linux platform be able to cross-compile to
> mswindows-mingw and mswindows-cygwin with appropriate wxwindows libraries.
> Brendan Simon.
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