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Re: RFH - Testing targets for the switch to C++
On 04/12/2012 02:32 PM, Diego Novillo wrote:
On 4/12/12 3:11 AM, Sebastian Huber wrote:
what is with targets that only use cross compilers like RTEMS? I think
there is no need for a bootstrap?
No. I'm mostly interested in the stage 0 compiler used in those targets.
I want to decide what we should recommend as a minimum g++ version
and/or vendor compiler version.
The *-rtems4* toolchains I supply for RTEMS currently are hosted on
CentOS5+6, openSUSE 11.3+12.1, Fedora 15+16+17, mingw32 and cygwin,
using these OSes' native toolchains.
Other folks have reported to build these toolchains under different
*BSDs and MacOSX variants.
That said, in my understanding, the rtems targets entries on your table
do not make much sense, because the limiting factor is the host-OS. From
my list above, the oldest native compiler being in use are Cygwin's
GCC-3.4.4 and CentOS5's gcc-4.1.2.