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profiling variant of newlib
- To: newlib at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: profiling variant of newlib
- From: Richard Black <rjb at dcs dot gla dot ac dot uk>
- Date: Wed, 03 Nov 99 14:59:16 +0000
- Cc: rjb at dcs dot gla dot ac dot uk
I am currently using newlib 1.8.1 in the gdb simulator for teaching
I observe that the current newlib build system builds variants of newlib for
all of --print-multi-lib ; what I am interested in is a variant compiled with
-p(g) . I cannot currently see any way of making the make system do this.
Is there something I've missed, or can this be added in the next release? I
suppose that it is unusual to want to do this for most sourceware components,
but for library code this is a useful option.
I am not currently on the newlib@ mailing list so please copy me on any
Hmm. Thinks, maybe I could replace gcc with a hacked script that returned some
strange output for --print-multi-lib..... I might be able to get the libaries
I need with the wrong names in a different directory, but then I could just do
some renaming and moving??