If there is still interest in having this package in Debian (which I think should be called gcc-riscv32-elf if it's to produce ELF binaries), I think I'm well-suited to take this on given I already maintain gcc-sh- elf. It's true that we can't package every cross toolchain, but I think RISC V is pretty special in the free software ecosystem, and I hope this is welcome in the Electronics Team. Note that Binutils is not packaged yet; that will be needed, and I can open an ITP if this mail is received favorably. I anticipate that an ISO C standard library will be wanted. I can make the package build Newlib and a GDB simulator, just as I've done for gcc- sh-elf, in a bootstrappable way. If this is so welcome, would someone from the Electronics Team make me empty Git repos at https://salsa.debian.org/electronics-team/toolchains/binutils-riscv32-elf and https://salsa.debian.org/electronics-team/toolchains/gcc-riscv32-elf respectively? If anyone would like to co-maintain it, help writing autopkgtests, offer words of support, or is looking to learn, do feel free to contact me.
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