build RTEMS TIc4x
ralf.corsepius at rtems.org
Thu Nov 9 08:34:06 UTC 2006
On Thu, 2006-11-09 at 15:54 +0800, liu danil wrote:
> > >But ... I am quite surprised to see these errors. These bugs had been
> > >present for years and were supposed to be fixed (it affects the tic4x
> > >and some other exotic targets). I also recall having built the tic4x
> > >many times, but ... I am able to reproduce your error, so ... I am
> > >wondering what might have happened. Last minute screw up when preparing
> > >for rtems-4.7, something having gone wrong when OAR moved RTEMS to their
> > >new server, a recent CVS check-in breaking something?
> > >
> > >Ralf
> > >
> > >
> I waited for two days but no one teached me how to solve such problems, so
> I tried to figure it out myself.
RTEMS is run by volunteers, so you can't push anybody.
> First I upgraded automake to version 1.10 and autoconf to version 2.60.
> Then configure RTEMS. there were many warnings such like this:
> /usr/local/share/aclocal/winsz.m4:5: run info '(automake)Extending
> /usr/local/share/aclocal/winsz.m4:5: or see
You are doing something very wrong and seem to have screwed up your
toolchain. winsz.m4 is not part of any standard auto* package, so you
probably are seeing followup errors of something else.
But, you are giving too little details to be able to help you.
> I neglected them, and went on to the make step.
> While made RTEMS, There were several errors, I figured them out:
> 1. force typedef uint16_t, uint8_t to uint32_t and typedef int16_t, int8_t
> to int32_t
int<N>_t are standardized by POSIX. The tic4x is not POSIX compliant and
does not have these types, so defining them is an error - period.
If you really want to apply a brute-force hack, substitute all
occurrences of int16_t and int8_t by int_least16_t rsp int_least8_t in
> undefined reference to `__init'
> undefined reference to `__fini'
> How can I do to solve these problems?
You don't seem to have the rtems-patches to newlib and gcc applied.
I am inclined to take out the tic4x from the rtems-4.7 supported
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