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Re: [avr-gcc-list] avr-libc-20020203 patches for c++ support

From: Peter Jansen
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] avr-libc-20020203 patches for c++ support
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 09:49:29 +1100

Hi Jason,

> >Attahced is a patch for avr-libc to add c++ support, I have defined the
> >c++ library as libcpp, this is non standard from gcc as it would
> >normally be libstdc++. This library defined add, delete operators for
> >c++ in a very cut down version.
> Hi Peter,
> Decided to try your patches out for m128 and c++.  Had to use patch -l with
> the gcc patches as there appears to be some minor whitespace issues.
> Binutils with m128 and c++ patches built fine.  GCC with m128 and c++ patch
> built (for c language only) fine, then avr-libc-20020203 built fine
> too.  Re-configured GCC with m128 and c++ patches for both c and c++, built
> fine. Avr-libc-20020203 with c++ patch doconf was okay, bombed at domake as
> shown below.  Looks like in the file avr-libc-20020203/libcpp/new it
> includes <cstddef> and <exception> both of which I don't see in
> /usr/local/avr/include.  Any ideas?
> This was done in cygwin, I shall have a go in a *real* OS tomorrow night.

Attached is a new patch for avr-libc with the added include files
needed. I tried to send this last night but it didn't go on to the list
as it was larger than 100k. Its gziped now.

Thanks for testing that under cygwin, I have not had a chance to
re-compile it under cygwin to test it. Could you post to the list what
needs to be done under cygwin so other prople can do it too?


Peter Jansen
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