[kaffe] Kaffe (ARM Cross-Compile using GNU EABI)
galvez.andy at cassis-intl.com
Tue Feb 5 18:00:35 PST 2008
Hi Kiyo Inaba, hi Dalibor Topic,
So I could just download from CVS and this one should readily compile
and build using gcc412-i686-arm-linux-gnueabi-toolchain? Ok, I'll try this
suggestion. Another thing, is there any other ready built toolchain that I
may use to compile kaffe for ARM-Linux? Sorry for being so ignorant here,
this is my first project using linux on an embedded platform.
Thanks and best regards,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dalibor Topic" <robilad at kaffe.org>
To: "Kiyo Inaba" <inaba at src.ricoh.co.jp>
Cc: <galvez.andy at cassis-intl.com>; <kaffe at kaffe.org>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 11:58 PM
Subject: Re: [kaffe] Kaffe (ARM Cross-Compile using GNU EABI)
> Kiyo Inaba wrote:
>> Hi Galvez,
>>> I am trying to cross compile my kaffe using ARM-Linux GNU EABI
>> I know your problem does not come from this reason, but as FAQ.arm says,
>> EABI is not supported right now.
> Yeah, I'd consider trying CVS head instead of 1.1.8. I've played with EABI
> and the interpreter last week, and it built & ran most of the regression
> tests using libffi, so if you are interested in hacking on Kaffe on
> arm-eabi-linux, that would be a good place to start.
> For native builds in qemu, you can grab the armel debian image from
> http://www.kaffe.org/~robilad/qemu/ (user root pass debian, user test pass
> test), build classpath 0.96.1 using a prebuilt glibj.zip (i.e.
> http://www.kaffe.org/~robilad/glibj.zip) as the memory QEmu can simulate
> for arm(el) is maximally 256M, over that the kernel won't boot, and using
> 'swap' on an emulated disk is a bit of performance overkill, I think. See
> http://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiHowto for how to grab a kernel
> for qemu armel.
> dalibor topic
More information about the kaffe