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Re: how do I configure libstdc++ for a non-unix OS - eCOS
- To: libstdc++ at gcc dot gnu dot org, AshCan at aol dot com, ecos-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Subject: Re: how do I configure libstdc++ for a non-unix OS - eCOS
- From: Benjamin Kosnik <bkoz at redhat dot com>
- Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2000 11:33:21 -0800
This is an interesting question. From looking at your error messages,
it looks like you are using gcc-2.95.2 as your base compiler, from
which I assume you are not actually using libstdc++-v3, but
libstdc++-v2. I can't help you with that port.
I can, however, help with the libstdc++-v3 port, especially if you are
using a more recent compiler. Most of your error messages look like
they are from unresolved bits in libio: libstdc++-v3 can be configured
without libio. (This functionality originally came from a port to
another embedded OS, so I suspect that libstdc++-v3 could be made to
work with eCOS if sufficient time and energy was spent working on it.)
The other bits have to do with the "C" library eCOS uses, which I
assume is newlib, and which libstdc++-v3 already deals with for cross
compilers and cygwin.