[rtems-crossrpms commit] Reflect arm-rtems being history.

Ralf Corsepius ralf.corsepius at rtems.org
Sun Apr 29 15:38:02 UTC 2012

On 04/29/2012 03:36 PM, Joel Sherrill wrote:
> I would have thought by now you would hhave understood the right thing to do. Let me explain it once again:
> + CPU-rtems ALWAYS exists and is the recommended primary toolset
> + During transition periods. CPU-rtemsXXX may be needed as a safety net for the older target configuration
> In this particular situation, we have 3 target names:
> + arm-rtems - was ELF should be switched to EABI
> + arm-rtemself - needed to have old target available as backup
> + arm-rtemseabi - needed to have new version
> There should be binaries for arm-rtems and whatever is the secondary (whether coming or going) format.
> This was done multiple times for a.out to coff and coff to elf transitions.

This is how it was doen in the past, but it is not what the arm GCC 
folks have done in GCC >= 4.7.0

They are mandating all arm-eabi targets to be named "arm-*-*eabi*".

=> their is no choice.


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