Help needed using i386-rtems-gcc
Joel Sherrill <joel@OARcorp.com>
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Thu Jan 6 23:27:42 UTC 2005
joe gard wrote:
> thank you in first place,
> unfortunatly it doesn´t help me. I have a rtems app that I want to put
> to work in the real world. So I want to compile it without eny debug
> info, in order to get a app targeted for speed at the maximum. So I have
> to compile it without debug info right?
> How Do I do that is I use the make file of the hello world sample? this
> make file calls the i386-rtems-cc which ises always the -g option. I
> need to remove it but I dont know where is the -g option configured to
> remove it...
> By other side rtems app is linked to the kernel, right? So I also have
> to compile the kernel in "release" mode, right? how do I do that if I
> use the make all install to compile the kernel?
-g only means that symbolic debug information is in the RTEMS libraries.
That symbolic information is included with your linked application
unless strip it.
> The ask is this: Which is the standar method to release a rtems app to
> the real world in terms of release version?
I would hazard a guess that there is no "standard" way. SOme people may
want to debug in the field. Sometimes you have to convert to a specific
format to download. But for sure if you are trying to shrink the file
size, get rid of the debug information. See
> Many thanks
>> From: "Thomas Doerfler" <Thomas.Doerfler at imd-systems.de>
>> To: "joe gard" <joe_os2001 at hotmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: Help needed using i386-rtems-gcc
>> Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 20:54:48 +0100
>> the make file infrastructure for RTEMS is quite complicated, so
>> I would leave it as it is.
>> If you need an executable without symbol/debug information, you
>> might use the GNU tool
>> i386-rtems-strip -S <filename>
>> does this help you?
>> > Hi!
>> > I would like to compile the hello world sample in release version, that
>> > is, without any debug information, targeted to i686 as always.
>> > So, I have to remeve the -g Wall flags right, but where is the file
>> > where this flag is?
>> > The make file of the hello world sample doenst include these flags I
>> > already search in other conf files but I cant see the flat in order to
>> > remove it...
>> > Can someone tell me how do I turn off the debug info in the target
>> > executable?
>> > Many thanks
>> > Joe
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