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building gdb for sparc with gcc.3.3.3
- Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 14:11:29 -0500
- From: jerry.needell at unh.edu (Jerry Needell)
- Subject: building gdb for sparc with gcc.3.3.3
thanks for the reply -
On Nov 17, 2004, at 9:44 AM, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-11-17 at 07:38 -0500, Jerry Needell wrote:
>> I thought this had been addressed earlier, but I have not been able to
>> find anything in the archives or GNATS so I'll ask it here.
>> i am trying to build the sparc-rtems toolset on a Fedora Core 2 system
>> using gcc. 3.3.3 but gdb 5.2 fails to build because it contains
>> multi-string litererals which are not permitted by gcc 3.3.3. Is there
>> a patch to fix this or am I just missing some other piece of
> Seems so. This issue is supposed to be addressed in rtems-gdb patches.
> So if you insist on rebuilding the toolchain, get yourself the
> *.nosrc.rpms and try to get them building.
This is what I am doing. I apply the three patches, but the compilation
> However, these also won't bring you much further, because you'll then
> hit another bug in gdb-5.2, nobody has taken care about so far..
What problem is this?
>> Is anyone else using FC2 as a development platform?
> Until last week, yes - I just switched to FC3.
> However, you can simply use the RH-7.3 binaries from
unfortunately, I do not want to use the precompiled binaries for
several reasons, but one being that I do not want the tree located in
> In case you didn't already do, I'd recommend you to install apt from
> fedora.us and then to install
> It configures apt in such way that it will automatically d/l and
> the RH-7.3 rpms at rtems.com. Unfortunately there currently are no FC*
> rpms available. In general, these RPMS are rebuildable under FC2,
> however rtems-4.6-sparc-rtems-gdb-5.2 is an exception.
What do you use as a replacement?