Robert Schwebel <robert at schwebel.de> schrieb am 05.11.02 21:22:47:
> > i have used the toolchain 2.95.3 from www.arm.linux.org.uk. I have
> > installed in in /usr/local/arm like discribed in the README file..
> My impression when I looked at this toolchain for the last time was that
> it is only a stage 1 toolchain - at least this is what the build script
What do you mean here - what else than stage 1 can a
cross compiler be?!
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On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 09:23:52AM +0100, Marius Gr?ger wrote:
> What do you mean here - what else than stage 1 can a cross compiler
Normally when you build a toolchain you first have to build a compiler
which is able to work without glibc headers (needs only to have C
support). Then you use it to build glibc and afterwards you recompile
your compiler with glibc support and whatever languages you need.
At least that was the only way I could manage to build a working
toolchain. If you just build a toolchain with faked glibc headers you
will not be able to compile more than the kernel with it.
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