Where arm-elf toolchain for cygwin & win32 ?

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Hello,

can you tell me where i can get an updated
precompiled arm-elf-toolchain (gcc, linker,...) for cygwin and win32 ?
Currently i am using arm-elf-gcc version 3.0.3, it seems to have a bugs
inside.

Greetings,

          Martin



Re: Where arm-elf toolchain for cygwin & win32 ?

Just noticed a link to binaries on www.ocdemon.net

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But those are even older; v2.95!

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To be more specific:

 1) go to  http://sources.redhat.com/ecos/mirror.html

 2) <pick a mirror>
  
 3) click "gnutools"

I'm sure you can figure it out from there...

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FWIW: Those ARM toolchains don't include big-endian support
libraries.  

I've got a script I used to build the same toolchains w/
big-endian support.  Let me know if you want a copy.  If you
leave all the architectures enabled and add big-endian support,
you end up with about half a gigabyte total.  You can pare down
the libraries after the fact if you want.

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They also don't contain newlib (a standalone C library) or libstdc++
support, since those tools were intended for eCos. This may not be
a problem if you're going to have your own startup/libc. Of course
you could just use eCos too! You don't have to use the real-time
multi-threaded kernel in eCos. You can just disable it and have the
same type of startup context that newlib would give you.

But if you want newlib, if you build the tools from source according to
the instructions at
<http://ecos.sourceware.org/ecos/build-toolchain.html you should be
fine. It's only the precompiled ones that had newlib removed.

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So _that's_ why I never got my toolchains as small as the
downloaded ones!

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You're right, they don't include a libc (e.g. newlib), but they
do include libstdc++.a and .la files.  Is there something
besides those files that's missing for libstdc++ support?

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Sorry yes you're right. I thought they weren't meant to be there.
libsupc++ should be, but I thought libstdc++ shouldn't be. It
needn't be certainly.

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newlib ;-). Since that libstdc++ will have been built to expect newlib.

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Thanks -- I didn't know that (though a simple ldd probably
would have told me).  I left both of them in for my toolchain,
since I only have to support big-endian ARM7TDMI, they don't
take up much space.

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