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Re: How does one cross-compile gdbserver?

> On Tue, Jan 29, 2002 at 05:28:05PM -0800, Dan Kegel wrote:
>> I'm going crazy trying to build gdb 5.1.1's gdbserver
>> in a cross-development environment.
>> Has anyone here build one recently?
>> If so, can you please post your recipe?
> (Just the day for this answer...)
> Same way as anything else!  You need to have a compiler capable of
> building target userland binaries, and a development environment set up
> for same.  You may need to run configure in the gdbserver directory
> manually, with CC set appropriately.  Note that you want a gdb
> configured --host=<your target>, not --target=<>!
> I don't give it good odds of compiling.  I've tried several times to
> clean that up and gotten stymied in various people's objections to my
> methods (sorry Andrew).  I'll be taking another stab at it this week I
> think.


I've been thinking about making it obsolete.  Not that I want to lose 
it.  Rather that it clears the slate and removes any obligation to keep 
other targets working.

The other is to just declare it really broken.


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