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Re: powerpc-linux cross gcc-2.95 with newlib-1.8.1 missing crt1.o
- To: Graham Stoney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: powerpc-linux cross gcc-2.95 with newlib-1.8.1 missing crt1.o
- From: "J. Johnston" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 14:34:44 -0400
- CC: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Organization: Cygnus Solutions
- References: <19990812075935.D0C00671@elph.research.canon.com.au>
Graham Stoney wrote:
> Hi Brendan,
> Thanks for the quick response...
> Graham Stoney wrote:
> # I'm attempting to build a powerpc-linux cross-compiler from gcc-2.95 to run on
> # a Red Hat 6.0 i686-pc-linux-gnu system, with the binutils-990809 snapshot and
> # newlib-1.8.1 as my C library. They're all configured with:
> # --target=powerpc-linux --with-gnu-as --with-gnu-ld --with-newlib
> (i.e. the cross-compiler I'm building is to run on the i686-pc-linux-gnu
> system, and produce powerpc-linux binaries linked (hopefully) against newlib.)
> Brendan Simon writes:
> > Are you sure that Linux cross-compilers can be built using newlib as the C
> > library.
> I wouldn't say I'm sure, but this is for an embedded project on a Linux kernel,
> where newlib's leanness is rather appealing. I'm not expecting the full
> functionality of glibc, but I'd appreciate a gently pointer if anyone knows
> that this can't possibly work.
It is not supported.
Regarding your question about POSIX threads: there are no current plans to add this
functionality to newlib.
-- Jeff Johnston (Cygnus Solutions)