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Re: How to add pthread support for GCC powerpc-eabi cross platform?
- From: Kai Ruottu <kai dot ruottu at wippies dot com>
- To: Michael Eager <eager at eagercon dot com>
- Cc: "Jeffi Edward.J" <j dot jeffi at yahoo dot co dot in>, gcc-help at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 11:32:53 +0300
- Subject: Re: How to add pthread support for GCC powerpc-eabi cross platform?
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Michael Eager wrote:
Jeffi Edward.J wrote:
I build cross tool chain for powerpc-eabi platform with newlib.
When i compiled a POSIX thread program, gcc issues error. In few pages I
could see that current newlib doesnt have support of pthread for
Is there any other way to add pthread support for GCC with newlib?
Sorry if this is not the correct forum to post this query.
Probably you would have more luck with the Newlib
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For a layman like me some things sound predestined like that Posix threads
being an additional feature in an Posix-compatible opsys meanwhile the
standard C library like newlib implements the base Posix C functions. The
real priests will know more about these things. So...
What is the "operating system" on the target? Does it support Posix
At least Cygwin on Win32 uses newlib as the base C library and should
Posix threads. Also the RTEMS RTOS should use newlib and support Posix
So I would be really surprised if newlib should nowadays implement some
"operating system" too...