Installing rtems on 32 bit windows host machine
joel at rtems.org
Thu Mar 11 22:51:49 UTC 2021
Re-adding devel@ to keep things recorded.
On Thu, Mar 11, 2021 at 1:23 PM Alireza Banejad <alibanejad1376 at gmail.com>
> Hello Joel,
> thank you for responding,
> so basically I installed the msys2 i686 and downloaded the packages and
> finally downloaded themingw-w64-i686-toolchain, after exporting the
> proper path of the compiler I ran the
> gcc -dumpmachine command, it returned i686-w64-mingw32 yet the sb-check of
> rsb wants a i686-w32-mingw32-gcc compiler.
Chris Johns will hopefully jump in shortly.
> On Thu, Mar 11, 2021 at 10:42 PM Joel Sherrill <joel at rtems.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 11, 2021 at 1:05 PM Alireza Banejad <alibanejad1376 at gmail.com>
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I was wondering whether I could install RTEMS on a 32-bit Windows 7 host
>>> machine using either msys2 or Cygwin.
>>> I already tried installing it on msys2 i686 but when running sb-check it
>>> error: exe: not found: (__cc) i686-w32-mingw32-gccerror: exe: not found: (__cxx) i686-w32-mingw32-g++
>>> Environment is not correctly set up.
>>> It seems there is no such compiler as i686-w32-mingw32-gcc to add in the first place.
>> Assuming you have installed the gcc package, what is the compiler called?
>> I don't think any of the core developers have seen Windows 7 especially
>> 32-bit in a while.
>> The file that sets the expectations based on host is
>> source-builder/sb/windows.py. It may require some tinkering to match a
>> 32-bit environment.
>> We'd love to have a patch to that file (don't break 64-bit) and, if
>> needed, documentation.
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