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What is "no" application? nm?
- Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 10:20:28 -0800
- From: strauman at slac.stanford.edu (Till Straumann)
- Subject: What is "no" application? nm?
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-04-01 at 10:39 +0300, Leon Pollak wrote:
>> On Monday, 31 ?March 2008, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
>>> I am not using kdevelop - Last time I tried, kdevelop could not handle
>>> cross-compilation :/
>> It handles cross-compilation really good for some (long) time.
>> It is very fast and handy.
>> A bit clumsy debugger interface, but I recommend it.
>>>> Still, I see rather many changes in the basic libcpu code, BSP and some
>>>> things do not work, although worked in 4.7.
>>>> Still struggling with them, and if somebody needs my experience...
>>> My advise: Dump kdevelop.
>> Thanks...:) Will not follow it :))
> Choose your poison.
> To me, kdevelop is a semi-functional "greasy kid toy" - Last time I
> checked, it had not been able to import foreign projects, produced junk
> auto*tool support files and did only support one target-at-time
>> For example, there was no usage of Cpu_table.exceptions_in_RAM in none of
>> mpc8xxx BSPs.
IIRC, psim is the only target using 'exceptions_in_RAM == FALSE'.
Note, however, that the name is misleading. It only refers to the
address where the
exception vectors are (in_RAM=TRUE -> zero, in_RAM=FALSE -> high address).
However, the (IMHO not so-) wonderful 'new-exceptions' model *always*
the vector table to be writable (met by psim, of course) so the vector table
cannot be in ROM...
> This has nothing to do with your current issue.
> The powerpc guys (Thomas, Till, Joel) are the persons to answer.
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