Is the "or32" target still supported?
rtems at usd.com
Fri Jan 2 19:48:40 UTC 2004
The web page http://www.rtems.com/targets.html says that the 'or32'
target is supported.
I hunted around further on the website and took a look at any OR32 app
notes and found this URL:
The following supplement manuals do not currently exist:
# RTEMS AMD 29K Applications Supplement
# RTEMS MIPS Applications Supplement
# RTEMS Hitachi SH Applications Supplement
# RTEMS UNIX Port Applications Supplement
If you have knowledge of the processors used in the above ports and
want to contribute to RTEMS, please contact a member of the RTEMS
I wasn't sure what to make of this.
At this point I went back to the ' Getting Started with RTEMS for C/C++
' document and I decided to try
building the target as described there. I have recently built the
m68k-rtems version of the tools, RTEMS, &
some BSPs so I thought I would try to adapt what I learned there to the
I started off with the same toolchain files that I was pointed to
I had already applied all the diffs to these source files and had run
configure and built them successfully for
the m68k-rtems target. I then decided to try to just build for an
'or32-rtems' target to see what would happen.
Building binutils for the 'or32-rtems' target completed successfully.
Configured, made, & installed OK.
Building gcc-3.2.2 failed during configure as follows:
checking whether times is declared... yes
checking for struct tms... yes
checking for clock_t... yes
checking if mkdir takes one argument... no
Configuration or32-unknown-rtems not supported
My configure invocation is as follows:
+ /bin/sh ../src/configure --prefix=/tools/local.or32-rtems
--target=or32-rtems --program-prefix=or32-rtems- --with-gnu-as
--with-gnu-ld --with-newlib --verbose --enable-threads
Configuring for a sparc-sun-solaris2.7 host.
*** This configuration is not supported in the following subdirectories:
target-libffi target-boehm-gc target-zlib target-libjava
target-libf2c zlib fastjar target-libobjc
(Any other directories should still work fine.)
Created "Makefile" in
I can definitely use some guidance here.
I would like to know if there are any OR32 specific build instructions.
BTW: My original interest in RTEMS was for a MPC360 target. I started
off building for a mvme162 because I am
very familiar with this target and I have one. After reviewing the
RTEMS website further I looked into the OR32
project after I saw that the OR32 target was supported and it looks like
I can configure similarly to a MPC360
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