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Re: [avr-gcc-list] AVR environment on Solaris 10

From: Jonathan Blanchard
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] AVR environment on Solaris 10
Date: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 13:15:35 -0400


I can offer some help as I built it before on Solaris 10. It was quite
a while ago but I think that everything should work.

Jonathan Blanchard

2009/12/1 Andreas Höschler <address@hidden>:
> Hi Eric,
>> Normally binutils is built in a separate build directory, not built in its
>> source tree.
>> I don't know for sure if you really need to use the --program-prefix
>> configure switch in binutils and gcc. The build process normally does that
>> on other hosts, but I don't know how it behaves on Solaris.
>> You do need to make sure that after binutils is built, that you put the
>> installation directory (--prefix) in your PATH environment variable.
>> Building gcc and avr-libc will need to know where the just-built AVR
>> assembler and linker are located.
>> You have the gcc configure switch --enable-language=c and it should be
>> --enable-languages=c. Note that "languages" is plural.
>> It would be better to build gcc version 4.3.3, instead of 4.2.3. It's a
>> more recent version and it's being used on other hosts.
>> To get support for other devices, as well as a number of bug fixes, you'll
>> need to patch your binutils and gcc source code using the patches found at
>> the WinAVR project (SourceForge) or using the patches found in the FreeBSD
>> Ports project. These are roughly the same patches. The WinAVR patches only
>> patch binutils 2.19 though, not 2.20.
>> You will need to have the GMP and MPFR library packages on your host in
>> order to properly build GCC. If you don't have these libraries, they are
>> relatively easy to build.
>> I don't know for sure whether any of the above is a cause of your problem,
>> but it might help out.
> Thanks for all your comments. I am currently downloading gcc 4.33 and will
> retry with the modified options. I will let you know ...
> Thanks a lot,
>  Andreas
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