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Building BINUTILS fails under CYGWIN
- Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 10:53:58 -0400
- From: Jmills at TGA.com (John Mills)
- Subject: Building BINUTILS fails under CYGWIN
Silverio, et al-
SD- Question if you use Linux how host environment for
SD- RTEMS :
SD- 01) Which version/distribution of Linux you use ?
I have had essentially the same experience with a current RH6.0
(libc-2.1.1.so) and a RH4.2-derived (libc5) setup.
SD- 02) To debug RTEMS programs you use gdb or others
SD- (which) ?
I will probably start with Hitachi's HDI-4, which lacks integration in the
toolchain, but for which I have the WinNT (Euro-)monitor stub for the SH-2's
FLASH, and which seems to handle source-level debug with gcc-generated
COFF-code. If I can't build in WinNT, I can pass the executables _via_
smb-share from Linux to my WinNT environment: HDI-4 is aware when it's
objects have been modified, and prompts for a possible reload.
I would cheerfully use 'gdb' and sibs, but I have that target working from
my pre-RTEMS SH-2 foray and expect to start there, plus it is a more
familiar-looking tool to my colleagues.
John Mills, Sr. Software Engineer
TGA Technologies, Inc.
100 Pinnacle Way, Suite 140
Norcross, GA 30071-3633
e-mail: jmills at tga.com
Phone: 770-441-2100 ext.124 (voice)
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