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Re: Problems of cross-compiling SPEC2000 using GNUpro

On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 10:57:54AM -0400, Tao Zhang wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Ronald Landheer-Cieslak wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 01:25:15PM -0400, Tao Zhang wrote:
> > > When I cross-compiled GNUpro, I specified target machine
> > > as xscale-elf. I think the problem may be due to that I didn't
> > > specify the target OS is linux so the compilation system missed
> > > many necessary files. Anyone knows how to fix this problem?
> > The only solution I see is to re-build your cross-toolchain with the
> > proper target setting. Newlib has already been ported to Linux, so there
> > should be no problem there..
> Could you point out the correct target settting? I tried
> xscale-linux-elf, but it doesn't work either. How to ask
> newlib compilation system to include unix/linux stuff?
> I note there are directories of posix and unix in my build
> directory, but they are empty except for a Makefile. If I
> run make, I will get a lot of errors.
Personally, I've never tried xscale-*, so this is a WAG, but I'd try

Again, this is just a WAG - perhaps you should ask the Newlib people if they
have a better idea..


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