[OpenBIOS] PPC cross-compiler defaults to 'powerpc-linux-gnu-' prefix
segher at kernel.crashing.org
Wed Nov 25 17:43:45 CET 2009
> While setting up a PPC cross-compiler environment for OpenBIOS, I
> noticed that the default cross-compiler prefix is set to
> 'powerpc-linux-gnu-' as opposed to 'powerpc-elf-'.
Is there any reason you want -elf instead of -eabi? :-)
> Is there any particular reason that we need the linux platform version,
> instead of the elf version which is used by SPARC? The reason I ask is
> that the Linux platform version is much much harder to compile as you
> need an extra set of glibc headers and have to bootstrap the gcc build
> by hand in order to produce the working final compiler.
Use --without-headers, and maybe some of the --disable-* flags,
and you don't need glibc (or any other C library). Oh, and
--enable-languages=c of course.
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