How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

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How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

vg sdx
How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for
arm-linux target?

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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Mads Dyrholm
On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 9:00 AM, vg sdx <[hidden email]> wrote:
How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for
arm-linux target?
 
I found this link very useful when I built a cross compiler for Linux making binaries for Windows. The other way is described as well, and you can perhaps substitute with arm in the appropriate spots ... http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/free-compilers-and-cross-compilers-for-linux-and-windows.-640030/

mads
 



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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Keith Marshall
On Sunday 26 October 2008 14:25:53 Mads Dyrholm wrote:
> > How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary
> > for arm-linux target?
>
> I found this link very useful when I built a cross compiler for
> Linux making binaries for Windows. The other way is described as
> well, and you can perhaps substitute with arm in the appropriate
> spots ...
> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/free-compi
>lers-and-cross-compilers-for-linux-and-windows.-640030/

Please don't forget the HOWTOs on our own web site:
http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW
http://www.mingw.org/phpwiki-1.3.14/index.php/mingw%20hosted%20cross%20compiler

Note that the second of these is likely the most relevant to the OP's
requirements, but it still needs to be migrated from the old MinGWiki
format, to complete the missing link on the new HOWTO page.  Could
someone please undertake that task, and convert/update it
appropriately?

Regards,
Keith.

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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Soren Andersen
I'm responding to the message sent on 26 Oct 2008, at around 14:46
UTC, by "Keith Marshall" <keithmarshall ~at~ OBSCURED dot NUL>, who
wrote

> Please don't forget the HOWTOs on our own web site:
> http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW
> http://www.mingw.org/phpwiki-1.3.14/index.php/mingw%20hosted%20cross%20compiler
 
> Note that the second of these is likely the most relevant to the
> OP's requirements, but it still needs to be migrated from the old
> MinGWiki format, to complete the missing link on the new HOWTO
> page.  Could someone please undertake that task, and
> convert/update it appropriately?
Actually, the first article does not appear to be available on the
Wiki, on my attempt just now.

   Regards,
       Sören 'somian' Andersen

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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Keith Marshall
On Friday 31 October 2008 11:26:48 Soren Andersen wrote:
> > Please don't forget the HOWTOs on our own web site:
> > http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW
> ...
>
> Actually, the first article does not appear to be available on the
> Wiki, on my attempt just now.

Damn!  I've fixed that two or three times already; the link just seems
to keep self destructing.  The page referred to above can currently be
found at http://tinyurl.com/5s9kbk

Earnie, I consider this to be a serious issue.  It seems to be related
to the `automatic alias' feature of the page editor.  The `automatic
alias' for that page is, IMO, way too long to be practically useful; I
turned off the feature when I created that page, and gave it the much
more sensible short name shown above; why does the stupid long name
keep coming back to trash the page references?

If we are going to use `automatic aliases', then we also need to be
able to maintain duplicate short form names; if we can't do that,
then I think we should disable `automatic aliases' *universally*.

Regards,
Keith.

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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Earnie Boyd

Quoting Keith Marshall <[hidden email]>:

> On Friday 31 October 2008 11:26:48 Soren Andersen wrote:
>> > Please don't forget the HOWTOs on our own web site:
>> > http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW
>> ...
>>
>> Actually, the first article does not appear to be available on the
>> Wiki, on my attempt just now.
>
> Damn!  I've fixed that two or three times already; the link just seems
> to keep self destructing.  The page referred to above can currently be
> found at http://tinyurl.com/5s9kbk
>
> Earnie, I consider this to be a serious issue.

Easily fixed by creating a "Url alias"; kind of like a symlink for a
URL.  Are there others I need to be cautious of?

Earnie

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Re: How to build a toolchain that run on mingw and generate binary for arm-linux target?

Earnie Boyd
In reply to this post by Soren Andersen

Quoting Soren Andersen <[hidden email]>:

> I'm responding to the message sent on 26 Oct 2008, at around 14:46
> UTC, by "Keith Marshall" <keithmarshall ~at~ OBSCURED dot NUL>, who
> wrote
>
>> Please don't forget the HOWTOs on our own web site:
>> http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW
>> http://www.mingw.org/phpwiki-1.3.14/index.php/mingw%20hosted%20cross%20compiler
>
>> Note that the second of these is likely the most relevant to the
>> OP's requirements, but it still needs to be migrated from the old
>> MinGWiki format, to complete the missing link on the new HOWTO
>> page.  Could someone please undertake that task, and
>> convert/update it appropriately?
> Actually, the first article does not appear to be available on the
> Wiki, on my attempt just now.
>

The http://www.mingw.org/wiki/LinuxCrossMinGW link has been resolved.  
The second link has been ported to the new wiki via
http://www.mingw.org/wiki/Build_a_MinGW_hosted_cross_compiler.

Earnie

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