On Sat, Aug 20, 2005 at 10:27:51AM -0700, Kazu Hirata wrote:
> Attached is a patch to add basic support for arm-none-linux-gnueabi.
> The gcc portion is taken from
> I had to make a minor modification to libcpp's configuration bits.
> Specifically, I needed need_64bit_hwint=yes so that HOST_WIDE_INT
> would have the same size in both libcpp and gcc.
> Built arm-none-linux-gnueabi. OK to apply?
Have you diffed the affected files between this patch and
csl-arm-branch? If not, please do that. The patch is certainly not OK
as is; for instance I see the ABI fix for WCHAR_TYPE is missing.
Searching ChangeLog.csl-arm for "linux", I see about four other
Fixing the missing space Joseph pointed out on csl-arm-branch would be
nice if you've got a chance.
You didn't mention if you'd run the testsuite on this. If so, you
might want to also try running the compat testsuite against a
> By the way, is anybody trying to cleanup need_64bit_hwint? It's less
> than ideal to have it in both libcpp and gcc and maintain it manually.
> (But then I don't know if it's worth messing with the top-level
> configure bits just for libcpp and gcc.)
IMO we want to get rid of H_W_I from that interface, but I'm not sure
how to do it without slowing down 32-bit HWI targets...