can't find stdio, etc. building m68k-coff cross from i586-linux
Robert J. Brown
Wed Mar 4 09:14:00 GMT 1998
>>>>> "Jeffrey" == Jeffrey A Law <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Jeffrey> In message < 199803040623.AAA29831@eli.elilabs.com >you
>> I am trying to build a set of cross compilers for an embedded
>> project. I have m68k-coff and powerpc-elf targets and an
>> i586-linux host. I first built egcs 1.0.1 native by doing a
>> make bootstrap, after building binutils 184.108.40.206.21. The native
>> bootstrap went ok.
>> Now I build the save version of binutils targeted to m68k-coff
>> and that goes ok, but when I try to build the m68k-coff cross
>> compiler, it dies thusly:
Jeffrey> Did you supply a --with-headers argument to configure?
No... Since it is a totally bare embedded target right now, that does
not really even make sense. Are there stubs somewhere that I should
use, or what?
Actually, the powerpc is our totally bare target. The m68k is running
under chorus, but I am not presently at that site, and their internet
link is virtually hopeless. I was hoping I was not going to have to
drive over there and make a tape. :-/
At this point, I am just trying to build the necessary compilers and
put everything under cvs so I can get on with draining the swamp --
finishing our multi-target build scripts. I needed the cross
compilers to test that we could do a build for all required targets.
My real task is the scripts that auto-generate the makefiles to do all
this, not cross compiler construction.
>> I think maybe the new native ecgs does not know where to find
>> these standard include files. What have I "crossed up"?
Jeffrey> THere is no standard place to find cross include files.
Thanks for all your help!
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