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Re: Pthread support on Arm-elf


On Wed, Jun 23, 2004 at 05:20:58PM -0400, Vijay Deep Kongubangaram Pani Krishna wrote:
> hi all
> I tried to cross compile gcc for arm-elf with pthread support (Eariler i was able to cross compile without thread support using --disable-threads. But now I need the cross compiler with thread.) I tried to configure with --enable-thread but wasn't succesful to build the gcc. The make process gave out an error.
> ---------------------------------------------------
> checking for extra compiler flags for building...
> configure: WARNING: No native atomic operations are provided for this platform.
> configure: WARNING: They cannot be faked when thread support is disabled.
> configure: WARNING: Thread-safety of certain classes is not guaranteed.
> configure: error: No support for this host/target combination.
> make: *** [configure-target-libstdc++-v3] Error 1
> ------------------------------------------------
> The error suggests that there is no thread support for arm. If I am right what is the process to add the thread support to arm gcc. 
> And if there is thread support for arm then how should I cross compile to get arm-elf-gcc with thread support.

arm-elf is an embedded target.  It does not support any operating
system, so there is no concept of threads.

Configure for whatever operating system it is that you are using on
your ARM hardware, instead.

-- 
Daniel Jacobowitz


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