ANN: lm32-rtems4.10 toolchain rpms
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Wed Feb 25 14:01:52 UTC 2009
The gdb executable at least now loads an RTEMS application. :-D
Jon.. when you run gdb or -run do you pass any
When I do a "tar sim; load; run", hello.exe fails like this:
core: 4 byte read to unmapped address 0x800001c at 0x800001c
There is no readme for the BSP so it could easily be
an operator error on my part at this point.
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> Speedy. :)
>> I successfully built the CVS head for lm32/lm32_evr.
>> Is the lm32 gdb in your queue?
> I had added a vanilla gdb-upstream based lm32-rtems4.10-gdb package
> yesterday, but ... as you had experienced ... upstream gdb is still
> lacking support for the lm32, so these packages had been non-functional :(=)
> Anyway, ... thanks to Jon B.'s (original author of the lm32 parts of the
> GNU toolchain) assistance, we now should have a fully up2date
> I merged Jon's latest version of his patches, adapted them for gdb-cvs
> HEAD and made them buildable ...
>> It has a simulator for this BSP?
> Meanwhile, yes (except for MinGW - MinGW doesn't provide the necessary
> APIs to be able to build the simulator)
> Of course, I don't know if its functional. However, this gdb consists of
> the very latest bits and pieces from both upstream FSF gdb and Jon, so
> this is the max. you can get ;)
>> It didn't install with yum install "*lm32*"
> Try again, ...
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