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[avr-gcc-list] Here's the most bug-free binary of GCC

From: Mike Jones
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Here's the most bug-free binary of GCC
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 11:12:49 +0600

I just installed the latest Windows version from Gunnar's site and recompiled
the libs using the install.exe. I then recompiled the gcctest1 from the
original gcc, 2.95 I believe, using a slightly modified make file Volker
(sp?). Here is the meat of the makefile:

#compiler flags  was -O3
        CPFLAGS = -g -O1 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wa,-ahlms=$(<:.c=.lst)

#linker flags
        LDFLAGS = -Wl,-Map=$(TRG).map,--cref

I thought I had read on this list that AVRStudio (3.5) would now let you
do a watch on variables with this version of gcc. I loaded the obj file
in AVRStudio and it let me establish a watch for each of the 4 variables
but it always shows them "out of scope." Is there some trick to this or
do I have to wait for the next major revision in the next few weeks?

I also offer kudos to those that are making this such a nice tool for the
rest of us.


>GCC is one great compiler.  I just have to change one define in my
>makefiles to rebuild for any suitable target!  Hats off to Denis, Marek,

>Michael, Gunnar and all the others who have made this possible.
>Now, if Atmel can deliver .elf support in astudio...
>Larry Barello

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