Creating older RTEMS5 tools
ianc at goanna.iinet.net.au
Fri Jan 11 08:51:13 UTC 2019
I guess to answer my own question after I have had a bit more of a look
into this, I assume it would be OK to change the build set?
I am building for the arm platform so it uses the "rtems-default.bset"
On my July 18 system this is:
On my Dec 18 MSYS2 system it is:
I assume it would be OK to change:
I am going to attempt this, but if there is a better way, I would more
than happy to try it.
On 11/01/2019 2:59 pm, Ian Caddy wrote:
> Hi All,
> We have progressed with our RTEMS5 project using the imx6ULL, and are
> getting closer to completing it, but we have been using linux tools
> since around July18 and now need to create msys2 tools for our customer.
> I have created the tools on msys2 around mid-december as they needed
> gdb earlier, and am only finally getting around to testing the rest of
> the tools, building our snapshot of RTEMS5 and libbsd.
> There have been some changes in the tools between July to December,
> and I had to do a small tweak to get our snapshot of RTEMS 5 working.
> Then I tried to build our July snapshot of libbsd, but this has proven
> to be a lot more difficult. I then tried the latest libbsd and am
> facing different but similar build issues. Things like <poll.h> need
> to be <sys/poll.h> and things like that. Even then this is the
> standard libbsd and not our custom version which will then need to be
> put together.
> So, I am wondering if it is possible to use the rtems-source-builder
> to build a particular version of the tools (for example from July 18)
> that we have been using on linux.
> I have the source-builder logs from that time if anyone is interested,
> or a nudge in the correct direction(I don't know much about
> source-builder as it normally works straight out of the box!!), to get
> this sorted?
> Ian Caddy
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