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Re: new port: ip2k
- From: Denis Chertykov <denisc at overta dot ru>
- To: Alan Lehotsky <apl at alum dot mit dot edu>
- Cc: Denis Chertykov <denisc at overta dot ru>, Nick Clifton <nickc at cambridge dot redhat dot com>, binutils at sources dot redhat dot com, Pavel Baranov <pavel dot baranov at ubicom dot com>, Dave Hudson <dave dot hudson at ubicom dot com>
- Date: 08 Jul 2002 21:35:20 +0400
- Subject: Re: new port: ip2k
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org><email@example.com>
Alan Lehotsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> At 11:20 PM +0400 7/2/02, Denis Chertykov wrote:
> >How can I got a new value of e_machine (EM_IP2K from include/elf/common.h) ?
> >I have sended mail to email@example.com but havn't response.
> They responded to me about a month ago. It took a week or two, so be
> patient :-)
> BTW, I received numbers 98 and 99 for two ports I had done a while
> ago, so it appears we're into the realm of 3 digit magic numbers...
> BUT, since you already HAVE a customer base using whatever magic
> number was randomly chosen when the binutils port was first done,
> perhaps it's not such a great idea to get an official number (they
> won't sanction a random choice according to the guy who I spoke with
> via email.....)
I'm already got official machine number for EM_IP2K.
Dave Prosser <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Denis Chertykov wrote:
> > Suggested name is EM_IP2K. (--target=ip2k-elf, GCC port also called ip2k)
> > Description is "Ubicom IP2xxx microcontroller family".
> > I will maintain this port.
> OK. I've assigned you EM_IP2K with (decimal) value 101,
> with the description "Ubicom IP2xxx microcontroller family"
> with you listed as the owner.
> This will show up (eventually) on the gABI pages: