Cross compiler x86->ARM (no stdio.h)

niles@axp745.gsfc.nasa.gov niles@axp745.gsfc.nasa.gov
Mon Apr 13 15:43:00 GMT 1998


I'm trying to build a cross compiler using egcs-1.0.2 that compiles
code on a Linux machine to be run on an embedded Strong ARM processor.
I'm having trouble since the make process want to fix the stdio.h
prototypes.  I don't have a stdio.h to fix.  Can't I just live without
it.  I can't seem to tell the compiler to ignore it.  The error I get
is:

./libgcc2.c:1393: stdio.h: No such file or directory

What else can I do?  How can I build glibc for this embedded 
processor without a working compiler?

Note the archive at: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ftp/arm/gnu/ may be of
help, it's a bit out of date, but it's suppose to compile and build a
cross compiler for ARM.  I'd like to use egcs instead.  Can you help
me?

	Thanks,
	Rick Niles.

 



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