Problem when compiling gcc for rtems-4.6 toolchain

Ralf Corsepius ralf.corsepius at
Fri Mar 3 04:02:31 UTC 2006

On Wed, 2006-03-01 at 10:57 +1100, Angelo Fraietta wrote:
> Dominik Brader wrote:
> > On Tuesday 28 February 2006 21:59, you wrote:
> > 
> >>Dominik Brader wrote on 2/28/06 12:45 PM:
> >>
> >>>Hello,
> >>>
> >>>I have a problem when compiling the gcc for the RTEMS-4.6. toolchain.
> >>>I am using binutils-, gcc-3.2.3 with
> >>>gcc-3.2.3-rtems-20040420.diff patch and newlib-1.11.0 with
> >>>newlib-1.11.0-rtems-20030605.diff patch.
> >>>
> I had a very similar problem the other day.
> I found that I had to use gcc 3.3.5 to make it work for rtems 4.6.4
> I have the whole procedure at
> Let me know if it helps

FWIW the procedure you describe on

can be significantly slimed down and speed up by removing c++ and f77
from --enable-languages.

--enable-languages=c is sufficient to build GCC to bootstrap GCC
cross-toolchains like the RTEMS GCCs.

If you further want to speed this up, and do not plan to use this GCC
for other purposes but to bootstrap cross-GCCs, you can use "make all"
instead of "make bootstrap" (This avoids building a "staged" GCC).


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