Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
On Sat, Jun 23, 2007 at 07:10:26PM -0700, Manas Saksena wrote:
> Now that we have a substantial chunk of the packages built for ARM,
> I think it would be interesting to see if we can build a cross-compiler
> that is aligned with the native toolchain. And, at this stage, we dont
> need to worry about bootstrapping gcc since we already have a glibc
> I think it would be useful to bundle a cross-compiler/debugger toolchain
> with the release even if all the other packages are built natively. As
> much of the development tends to be with the kernel and the
> applications, the cross-compiler is virtually a necessity for those.
> Is anyone interested in working on that?
Sorry for the late reply -- see:
Binary i386 -> ARM packages are here:
I was wondering if it would be possible to package this up in a way that
would be easy to install.
For e.g., a cross-toolchain package, which requires all the other
packages -- gcc, binutils, etc. (not sure how to deal with glibc in that
context). So, you can just do:
yum install cross-toolchain-arm
and, you have everything you need.