[uClinux-dev] Need clarity on compiler & emulator usage
Thamarai.Selvan at lntinfotech.com
Wed Mar 3 16:25:49 EST 2004
Is really Linux kernel gcc dependent? ;-(-
can u focus me on to one such code in the kernel?
has the gcc dependencies been forced into macros?
how can they be identified and can they be replaced ?
is there any specific header as such in which theses dependencies are
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I think you guys are little confused. The Linux Kernel is dependent
on Gcc. May be you can consider, kernel hackers made use of gcc extensions
and knowledge of code generation. Please google for Linux kernel + gcc
Your ICE is not worried about which elf file you are downloading. You
can download linux or boot loader or what ever you want. The only thing
have to do is , read and understand the ICE manual.
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Subject: [uClinux-dev] Need clarity on compiler & emulator usage
> hi all,
> I have a real strange question
> Let us take it specific on ppc architecture if needed
> what is the advantage of using GNU compiler as such?
> why not other compilers like Diab C compiler can be used?
> can we use vision ice emulators to download the image if not why?
> what is the advantage of using BDI2000?
> what are the constraints that prevent the usage of the above compiler and
> Thanks in before for all your inputs
> with regards
> Thamarai Selvan.G
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