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 Supporting Cross-compilation
In the cross compilation case, either a different compiler may be used, the user can prebuild the program, or all of the necessary data can be supplied through environment variables.
Compiler version numbers may also be important; for that, there needs to be a command specified to extract and compare the version number.
In some cases (e.g., IBM SP or ASCI Red), the compiler that must be used to compile parallel programs produces executables that must be run under the parallel environment, which may be difficult and time consuming.
www-unix.mcs.anl.gov /mpi/mpich/adi3/mpich2/node313.htm   (769 words)

  
 A case for cross-compilation (vladium.blog-city.com)
Also, I like the compiler in Eclipse a lot and have submitted a feature request for the compiler to warn you when you are using a target setting that is incompatible with the JRE library version.
Using correct -target and -bootstrap compiler options is not hard and yet few people or even enterprise software houses seem to do it, which I find quite odd.
Looks like it will be supported as a new compiler warning in Eclipse 3.0.
vladium.blog-city.com /read/91839.htm   (280 words)

  
 distcc frequently asked questions
This typically means that all machines must have a shared filesystem mounted at the same location, that they must all have exactly the same compiler, headers and libraries installed, their clocks must be in sync, and typically that they must all have the same OS and CPU architecture.
The advantage of this is that the compile a- takes less time since there is only little scattered file opening involved and b- produces usually more optimized code, since the compiler can see more code at once and thus there are more chances to optimize.
Basically, you have to download the same source version compiler as the one on your OS X box, build it on you Linux PC, etc. The assembler now works on Linux as well, so that other issue you had should be moot.
distcc.samba.org /faq.html   (6486 words)

  
 c_z80.readme
Short: Cross compiler & linker for the Z80 CPU Author: P.Biancalani@agora.stm.it (Patrizio Biancalani) Uploader: P.Biancalani@agora.stm.it (Patrizio Biancalani) Type: dev/cross This is a z80 cross compiler and linker.
The compiler is tested on: Amiga 500 with OS1.3 Amiga 1200 base with OS3.0 Amiga 4000/EC30 with OS3.0 Amiga 4000/40 with OS3.0 The compiler and the linker don't required other then the standard ANSI C library thearfore it is very likely that it can run on other machines and O.S. after recompiling the sources.
Main features include: - Support of all legal set of z80 istructions - The object output file of the linker is in z80 machin code and it can be direct upload on a z80 sistems.
main.aminet.net /pub/aminet/dev/cross/c_z80.readme   (6486 words)

  
 configure.info-2
When it is necessary to distinguish this case from the cross compilation case, such a compiler is called a "native compiler".
A cross compilation tool is a tool which runs on one system and produces code which runs on another system.
Similarly, we speak of native assemblers, etc. Although the debugger is not strictly speaking a compilation tool, it is nevertheless meaningful to speak of a cross debugger: a debugger which is used to debug code which runs on another system.
web.mit.edu /course/6/6.828/info/configure.info-2   (7449 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers which are capable of producing both native and foreign binary output may be called either a cross compiler or a native compiler depending on a specific use, although it would be more correct to classify them as a cross compilers.
The abillity to compile in a single pass is often seen as a benefit because it simplifies the job of writing a compiler and one pass compilers are generally faster than multi-pass compilers.
Compiler construction and compiler optimization are taught at universities as part of the computer science curriculum.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compiler   (2821 words)

  
 Cross compilation advice
I have a Yopy PDA which has a cross compiler that contains a toolchain based on gcc 2.95.3 and is short on a couple of the more useful widget libraries (such as Qt).
However, what I would like to do is compile up Qt and newer versions of gcc using the cross compiler.
I have the cross compiler in /opt TTFN Paul
www.codecomments.com /message425950.html   (180 words)

  
 Running Linux on the Sega Dreamcast (Part 3)
We'll start by building a cross assembler and linker, and then a bootstrap compiler: a minimal compiler that can be used to build runtime libraries and operating system kernels, but not generic applications.
The first step in the process of getting Linux running on the Dreamcast is to construct the tools we need, including a cross assembler, linker, compiler, and a C runtime library.
We can't build a complete compilation environment all at once, because many of the header files needed to do so come from the C runtime library, and don't exist until the runtime library itself is built.
www.linuxdevices.com /articles/AT7875554667.html   (180 words)

  
 K-Team :: Products - Software - GNUC / KTProject
The GNU C cross-compiler lets you generate code that can be executed directly on-board the Khepera and Koala, freeing you from the constraints of the ASCII protocol and serial cables.
The cross-compiler provides a full C programming environment, and lets you create programs as simple or as powerful as you wish.
We therefore recommend the cross-compiler for advanced users, while beginners may find the SerCom protocol easier to use and to debug.
www.k-team.com /software/gnuc.html   (180 words)

  
 GNU C cross-compiler port for i960 running on linux
GNU C Cross-compiler for Linux and Intel i960
GNU C cross-compiler port for i960 running on linux
This is the Linux patch for Intel's port of GNU C Compiler and cross-development tools for i960 family of processors.
www.alfalab.ca /gnu960.html   (180 words)

  
 [Familiar] cross-compiler
# # checking whether the C compiler (/src/compiling/cross/build/gcc-2.95.3-arm/gcc/xgcc -B/src/compiling/cross/build/gcc-2.95.3-arm/gcc/ -B/usr/local/cross/arm-linux/bin/ -g -O2) works...
I had picked this up from someplace, and was able to generate a usable compiler from it.
no # configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C compiler cannot create executables.
www.handhelds.org /pipermail/familiar/2002-February/005796.html   (180 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers which are capable of producing both native and foreign binary output may be called either a cross-compiler or a native compiler depending on a specific use, although it would be more correct to classify them as a cross-compilers.
Building a self-hosting compiler is a bootstrapping problem -- the first such compiler for a language must be compiled either by a compiler written in a different language, or (as in Hart and Levin's Lisp compiler) compiled by running the compiler in an interpreter.
Compiler analysis - This is the process to gather program information from the intermediate representation of the input source files.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compiler   (1963 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers which are capable of producing both native and foreign binary output may be called either a cross-compiler or a native compiler depending on a specific use, although it would be more correct to classify them as a cross-compilers.
Building a self-hosting compiler is a bootstrapping problem -- the first such compiler for a language must be compiled either by a compiler written in a different language, or (as in Hart and Levin's Lisp compiler) compiled by running the compiler in an interpreter.
A compiler is a computer program that translates a series of statements written in one computer language (called the source code) into a resulting output in another computer language (often called the object or target language).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compiler   (1976 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers which are capable of producing both native and foreign binary output may be called either a cross-compiler or a native compiler depending on a specific use, although it would be more correct to classify them as a cross-compilers.
A compiler is a computer program that translates a series of statements written in one computer language (called the source code) into a resulting output in another computer language (often called the object or target language).
Building a self-hosting compiler is a bootstrapping problem -- the first such compiler for a language must be compiled either by a compiler written in a different language, or (as in Hart and Levin's Lisp compiler) compiled by running the compiler in an interpreter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compile   (1963 words)

  
 Cross-compilation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The target platform usually only applies to compilers as it represents what type of object code the package itself will produce (such as cross-compiling a cross-compiler); otherwise the target platform setting is irrelevant.
Compiling a program takes place by running a compiler on the build platform.
For many embedded systems, cross-compilation is simply the only possible way to build programs, as the target hardware does not have the resources or capabilities.
en.wikipedia.org /?title=Cross-compilation   (284 words)

  
 Detailed how-to: Cross-compiling for Sharp Zaurus
Cross compilation occurs when a compiler running on one system produces executables for another system -- this is an important concept when the target system doesn't have a native set of compilation tools, or when the host system is faster or has greater resources.
When the host system (the one the compiler is running on) and the target system (the one the resulting programs will run on) are not compatible environments, the process is called cross compilation.
It is possible to run compilers natively on a Zaurus, but the system's limitations are barriers to efficient work, another reason that makes cross compilation such a boon for developers.
linuxdevices.com /articles/AT6830035793.html   (2803 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers also exist which translate from one high level language to another (cross compilers), or sometimes to an intermediate language that still needs further processing; these are sometimes known as cascaders.
Cross compilers are very useful when bringing up a new hardware platform for the first time (see bootstrapping).
Building a self-hosting compiler is a bootstrapping problem -- the first such compiler for a language must be compiled either by a compiler written in a different language, or (as in Hart and Levin's Lisp compiler) compiled by running the compiler in an interpreter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compiler   (2803 words)

  
 Daemon News '200312' : '"Cross-building Explained: Cross compilation on NetBSD "'
The cross compiler is only one element, albeit a very import one, of the entire process.
This ensures that NetBSD itself is built with a compiler that is known to be the correct version.
In NetBSD 1.6 file(1) exhibited a failure mode when it was cross compiled from a LP32 to a LP64 machine.
ezine.daemonnews.org /200312/crosscompile.html   (1099 words)

  
 Cross-compilation vers Win32
At the end, you can test the compiler, but every run tests will fail obviously.
, contains files required by the compiler and the linker to produce Windows binaries.
Now is a good time to compile the binutils, than GCC.
www.dumbbell.fr /howto/win32-cross-compilation.en.html   (1050 words)

  
 Haiku :: View topic - Cross-Compilation of Haiku OS/apps
Can someone give me hints how to set up a compiler system from OS X or Linux, especially which compiler to use as GCC2.95.3 does not seem to work.
I once saw a guide outlining the process for compiling BeOS applications under Windows or MacOS, and I was wondering if anyone has seen a similar guide for compiling Haiku as a whole.
I know that most operating systems will remove any attributes connected to a file, so I'm wondering if there are any mission-critical files that would cause major problems if they lost their attributes.
haiku-os.org /forums/viewtopic.php?t=342   (496 words)

  
 Gentoo Linux Documentation -- Cross-compilation
This document describes how to setup a cross-compiler for PowerPC on a x86 for use in a distributed compilation system.
An approach suggested here can be used to select the appropriate compiler without manually setting CC and CXX before emerge.
In particular, only the assembler (as) and the compilers (gcc, g++,...) are required.
www.sable.mcgill.ca /~dbelan2/crossdev/crossdev-powerpc-i686.html   (2490 words)

  
 Porting LinuxBIOS to the AMD SC520 Linux Journal
But thanks to a new compiler and development process, we can build a BIOS for a new motherboard with only C code-no assembly.
romcc is a simple optimizing C compiler-one file, 25,043 lines of code-that uses only registers, not memory.
This file is compiled by romcc, and in a proprietary BIOS it would be a large blob of assembly code.
www.linuxjournal.com /article/8120   (5208 words)

  
 CMake Cross Platform Make
CMake is used to control the software compilation process using simple platform and compiler independent configuration files.
CMake generates native makefiles and workspaces that can be used in the compiler environment of your choice.
Grow a self-sustaining community of software users and developers.
www.cmake.org /HTML/Index.html   (135 words)

  
 Fabius Software Systems - ANSI-C for Motorola 68HC11
Cross Tools C development environment consists of an ANSI-C compiler, assembler, linker / locator and library for the Motorola 68HC11.
Cross Tools C optimizing compiler produces exceptionally compact and fast executing code for ROMable applications.
Cross Development Tools for the Motorola 68HC11 Microprocessor Family
www.fabius.com   (135 words)

  
 Compiler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compilers which are capable of producing both native and foreign binary output may be called either a cross-compiler or a native compiler depending on a specific use, although it would be more correct to classify them as a cross-compilers.
Building a self-hosting compiler is a bootstrapping problem -- the first such compiler for a language must be compiled either by a compiler written in a different language, or (as in Hart and Levin's Lisp compiler) compiled by running the compiler in an interpreter.
Compilers also exist which translate from one high level language to another, or sometimes to an intermediate language that still needs further processing; these are sometimes known as cascaders.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Compiler   (1974 words)

  
 COP8-SW-COP8C
COP8C is a graphical shell for DOS/Win 16, with C cross-compiler, macro cross-assembler, editor, and linker.
Byte Craft Ltd. Code Development System for DOS, with Graphical Shell, C Cross-Compiler, Macro Cross-Assembler, Linker, and Metalink Emulator support.
A powerful linker generates ROMable code, and supports source-level debugging with a range of popular emulators, including Metalink's COP8 OTP/ROM and COP8FLASH emulators.
www.national.com /store/view_item?nsid=COP8-SW-COP8C   (1974 words)

  
 Software Emulators
things that you should keep in mind while building a cross compiler.
information about how to build a cross compiler is the CrossGCC FAQ and mailing list.
www.faqs.org /docs/ldev/0130091154_271.htm   (1974 words)

  
 GCC Home Page - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
We strive to provide regular, high quality releases, which we want to work well on a variety of native and cross targets (including GNU/Linux), and encourage everyone to contribute changes and help testing GCC.
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, includes front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj,...).
gcc.gnu.org   (354 words)

  
 SourceBoost Technologies
SourceBoost Technologies are developers and suppliers of low cost, high performance cross compilers, simulators and development environments for 8 bit microcontrollers.
I have used Hi-Tech, Bytecraft, MPLAB C and a few others compilers in the past, and I think this is by far the best.
The compilers we sell mainly target PIC microcontrollers from Microchip, and Scenix micro controllers from Ubicom.
www.sourceboost.com   (528 words)

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