[PATCH 00/14] Removal of or32/openrisc and introduction of or1k

Christian Svensson christian at cmd.nu
Wed Apr 23 20:19:31 UTC 2014

On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 9:12 PM, Joel Sherrill
<joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com> wrote:
> Is gcc close then?
Close to merging - not really. There is interest and momentum but the
effort hasn't begun.
Close to being fully functional - I would say so, bugs are rare and
it's only now when I'm porting the whole Debian distribution we
discover some obscure bugs.

> From a very practical viewpoint, the only requirement to porting
> RTEMS is a functional gdb for the target. The target name and
> cleanliness isn't that important.
Bare metal GDB should be available as far as I understand.

> OTOH, there will be rtems tweaks to gcc to add the or1k-rtems target.
> So it is more critical to get merged.
Worst case, we do track our own GCC called or1k-gcc, so merging with
that will ensure that it will be upstreamed in the future.

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