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RTEMS build process
- Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 13:18:51 -0500
- From: tim.drury at gtri.gatech.edu (Tim Drury)
- Subject: RTEMS build process
> When you use libgloss+newlib, all you have to do is specify a couple of
> command line options to gcc to switch boards. I don't see why
> RTEMS has
> to be substantially more difficult.
> It doesn't. In practice, however, the libgloss/newlib options only
> work for specific demo boards. They're convenient when first trying
> out the toolset on a demo board. When it cames time for the actual
> project, though, libgloss is modified for the actual hardware.
Along these lines it would be nice to have a procedure for building your
own BSP. I've been some 332 boards and I'm going to port RTEMS and
(possible) eCOS to them. I'm documenting the procedure and I intend
this project to be open source, but it would be nice to see someone
else's procedure to help me out.