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Re: [ping 3] New port: Toshiba Media Processor (mep-elf)


> As previously discussed I think the source for the CGEN CPU description 
> needs to be included, even if maintained elsewhere, when files generated 
> from it are included.

I thought about that some more, and would like you to consider two
points to see if they affect things:

1. Wouldn't *all* of cgen need to be included, as the GPL requires
   that all scripts and such for building be included?  CGEN is not a
   normal part of the OS or OS's development tools.

2. Wouldn't the requirement to include only apply to binary
   distributions, in which case people making mep-elf cross compilers
   could just include cgen in *their* source distribution?  They'll
   need it to do the build anyway, since the simulator is cgen-based,
   and the mep configury tool works through cgen changes.

Meanwhile, I'll work on the other points.


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