[Buildroot] Help to fix Microblaze issues in Buildroot
thomas.petazzoni at free-electrons.com
Wed Nov 20 10:41:12 UTC 2013
Dear Alvaro Gamez,
On Wed, 20 Nov 2013 11:36:00 +0100, Alvaro Gamez wrote:
> Now that I take the time to revisit Xilinx' website, I think maybe
> we're doing something wrong...
> Old Xilinx git repository,
> http://git.xilinx.com/?p=microblaze-gnu.git;a=tree;f=binaries now
> redirect to github: https://github.com/xilinx and seems to be quite
> up to date with upstream gcc.
These repositories are exactly the repositories that Spenser patches
are using for the internal toolchain backend.
> There seems to be also a later version of GNU Tools available at
> - GNU Tools for MicroBlaze (gcc 4.6.4, gdb 7.6.0, binutils 2.23.2,
> newlib 1.19, eglibc-2.18) -
> I don't know how up to date are these downloads, but it may be worth
> a try? Although if we're going ahead with Spenser's patches maybe we
> can/(want to?) avoid Xilinx altogether?
We are not avoiding Xilinx altogether at all, please look at Spenser
*However* the tarballs you're pointing at at
http://www.xilinx.com/guest_resources/gnu/ look interesting for
pre-built external toolchains. I'm currently downloading "GNU Tools for
MicroBlaze (gcc 4.6.4, gdb 7.6.0, binutils 2.23.2, newlib 1.19,
eglibc-2.18)", and I'll have a look at what it is exactly.
Thomas Petazzoni, CTO, Free Electrons
Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
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