Joel Sherrill joel.sherrill at
Fri Jan 7 19:53:15 UTC 2011

Weren't there also some POSIX signal dependencies?


On 01/07/2011 11:23 AM, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> On 01/07/2011 12:50 PM, juliana padilha wrote:
>> Hello,
>> We've successfully installed RTEMS under Windows/MinGW. Our target is
>> ERC32/SIS. However, we've discovered that there is no SIS on this build.
> Correct, it is still disabled.
>> I've found this 2008' discussion on the mailing list:
>> Basically, it is said that SIS is really not included, and woudn't be
>> without someone working on it. Is there any update on this issue?
> These issues still persist.
> In a nutshell: The sis/erc32 simulators don't compile on MinGW, because
> MinGW doesn't provide the necessary syscalls these simulators are based on.
> Somewhat longer version:
>    These simulators apply fcntl but MinGW doesn't have this function.
> =>  What would be required to be done in an initial step would be to
> either implement fcntl into MinGW or to rewrite gdb's erc32/sis
> simulators in such a way they don't requires fcntl.
> Ralf
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