GNU Assembler

Started by Thomas Baier in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

Hi there, I'm working with an C164CI microcontroller from Infineon and I like to write programs to it in assembly. I just have some experience...

Hi there, I'm working with an C164CI microcontroller from Infineon and I like to write programs to it in assembly. I just have some experience with the software from KEIL and now I'd like to use the GNU assembler for the C166 family from HIGHTEC as I prefer working under Linux. So my question is, if there where some examples of assembly code for the gnu assembler g166-as and where to fin...


Assembling with GNU and ADS

Started by HG in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I want to be able to build my project with both the ARM ADS and GNU tools. This is relatively easy for the C files, however, it is...

Hi, I want to be able to build my project with both the ARM ADS and GNU tools. This is relatively easy for the C files, however, it is proving very difficult (actually impossible) to do this for assembly files. Anyone know of a clever trick (pre-processor?) that allows me to maintain a single assembly source file and assemble it with either GNU GAS or ADS ? TIA, HG


Pros and Cons of GNU toolchain

Started by ratemonotonic in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 19 replies

Hi , I am a relatively new in embedded systems and have so far only used ARM realview tool chian , tool chains for TI DSPs and GNU tool...

Hi , I am a relatively new in embedded systems and have so far only used ARM realview tool chian , tool chains for TI DSPs and GNU tool chain. But I have not encountered many problems with either yet ( most probably due to lack of experience :-( ) . Can any one tell me thier better or sweet experiences using GNU toolchain for embedded software development? Thanks Rate


GNU HC12 and HITEX JprobeHCS12

Started by Marc in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Hello there, I am using the GNU HC12 and a JprobeHC12 from Hitex. They are using, applying a Symbol preprocessor (elf/dwarf), to obtain a...

Hello there, I am using the GNU HC12 and a JprobeHC12 from Hitex. They are using, applying a Symbol preprocessor (elf/dwarf), to obtain a SYM and HTX file.... when I am using an applicaiton in banking mode, I have a problem with my debug. I suspect that the Sym processor can't convert correctly the object code generated by the GNU compiler... (which seems to be OK with my an old version o...


About GNU Toolchain

Started by huxu...@gmail.com in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 3 replies
GNU

Hi, I am a new one in embedded system. Can any one tell me some good web sites to learn how to build GNU Toolchain on different...

Hi, I am a new one in embedded system. Can any one tell me some good web sites to learn how to build GNU Toolchain on different platforms? Thanks.


coldfire

Started by srini in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 5 replies
GNU

i am trying to install the GNU tools .But it is getting strucked at the end.What i have to do.I am using the free GNU tools...

i am trying to install the GNU tools .But it is getting strucked at the end.What i have to do.I am using the free GNU tools providedby motorola


ucos-ii and GNU compiler

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

I'm looking for compile ucos-ii RTOS port to the Philips LPC2129 with the GNU Compiler. The code available on www.micrium.com site is, instead,...

I'm looking for compile ucos-ii RTOS port to the Philips LPC2129 with the GNU Compiler. The code available on www.micrium.com site is, instead, intended to be used with the IAR Compiler. First of all, I need to translate the assembly code for IAR Compiler to the GNU Compiler syntax (GAS, if I am not wrong), and I'm searching for a IAR Assembly User Guide but without success. Am I not able or...


Gnu LD generating bad addresses for PowerPC

Started by David R Brooks in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

I am using the GCC tools to generate code for a MPC563 PowerPC. Software versions (as reported by the -v options): AS GNU assembler version...

I am using the GCC tools to generate code for a MPC563 PowerPC. Software versions (as reported by the -v options): AS GNU assembler version 2.15.91 (powerpc-eabi) using BFD version 2.15.91 20040904 LD GNU ld version 2.15.91 20040904 The program code is trivial: .global _BEGIN .section ".text" _BEGIN: addis %r2, %r0, _BEGIN@ha addi %r2, %...


Timestamps in libraries created by GNU ar

Started by KHR in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I have a question regarding timestamps in libraries that are created by GNU ar (I asked this question yesterday in gnu.gcc but it seems...

Hi, I have a question regarding timestamps in libraries that are created by GNU ar (I asked this question yesterday in gnu.gcc but it seems to me this group is not very frequented). Everytime a library is created by ar the timestamps of the object files are included in the resulting library. Is there a way to prevent the timestamps in the library? The problem with the timestamps is that o...


GNU Compatibility Mode

Started by janii in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 2 replies
GNU

Our make program is clearmake. We place makefile.options file and makefile in the same folder. The contents of makefile.options is as...

Our make program is clearmake. We place makefile.options file and makefile in the same folder. The contents of makefile.options is as follows: # makefile build option specifications # Use GNU compatiblity mode. CCASE_MAKE_COMPAT = gnu # Allow sharings of DOs. CCASE_BLD_UMASK = 2 If I invoke clearmake program without makefile.options file, then syntax error in makefile occurs. Is it...


msp430 gnu debugger and usb support

Started by amerdsp in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

Greetings, I am trying to move to gcc/eclipse to get around the size limit in the free IAR and Code composer. However, I read online that...

Greetings, I am trying to move to gcc/eclipse to get around the size limit in the free IAR and Code composer. However, I read online that only the parallel port is supported in gnu debugger gdbproxy. Is that true or am I missing something? Thank you, -- A


Build U-Boot with soft floating point - help!

Started by Dennis C in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 9 replies

I am building U-Boot for my embedded ARM9 target. The build is done using Linux Redhat 9 running on a PC. When I installed my GNU C compiler,...

I am building U-Boot for my embedded ARM9 target. The build is done using Linux Redhat 9 running on a PC. When I installed my GNU C compiler, I did: ../gcc-$GCC_VER/configure --target=$TARGET --with-newlib --prefix=$PREFIX --with-gnu-as --with-gnu-ld --nfp make all make install I want the compiler to generate floating point library calls instead of using the hardware FP. I get this ...


GNU toolchain with SH3

Started by Alex in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies
GNU

Hi, I'm trying to use SH7705 (has a SH3 core) for my project, but I don't have good tool. Is there any GNU toolchain for this processor?...

Hi, I'm trying to use SH7705 (has a SH3 core) for my project, but I don't have good tool. Is there any GNU toolchain for this processor? Any information is appreciated. Regards, Alex


GNU compiler for PowerPC

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 3 replies

Could somebody provide me with info where to get GNU compiler for Cygwin for PowerPC target? What's usual practice? Do I need to download source...

Could somebody provide me with info where to get GNU compiler for Cygwin for PowerPC target? What's usual practice? Do I need to download source and compile it myself? Or is such compiler standard part of binary free distribution? Thanks.


AVR / ATiny GNU C-compiler?

Started by Jens Gydesen in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

Hi, Is there a GNU C-Compiler and a free workbench available for the ATiny 13? And where can I find those? Regards Jens

Hi, Is there a GNU C-Compiler and a free workbench available for the ATiny 13? And where can I find those? Regards Jens


Lex and yacc vs GNU readline

Started by Neil McNulty in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 4 replies
GNU

I can't find anything online about using GNU readline as a front end for an interactive parser using lex and yacc. I would have thought this...

I can't find anything online about using GNU readline as a front end for an interactive parser using lex and yacc. I would have thought this would be a fairly common thing to do. Does anyone know how I might do this?


Cross compiler i686-->PowerPC/vxWorks

Started by m.baldasseroni in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

Good evening, I'm trying to configure gcc 3.4.5 to be cross compiler with i686 as host and powerpc-wxworks (with altivec support) as...

Good evening, I'm trying to configure gcc 3.4.5 to be cross compiler with i686 as host and powerpc-wxworks (with altivec support) as target. I'm working under msys and I'm using the mingws's compiler (gcc 3.4.2). I have lunched configure command as: ../configure --with-gcc --with-gnu-ld --with-gnu-as --with-gnu-ar --enable-threads --target=powerpc-vxworks --enable-language=c,c++ --enabl...


ARM Code compatability: Keil, IAR, GNU,

Started by Johnny Chang in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

First off, I've only got a little bit of embedded programming experience. I'm going to begin some development on some ARM processors and I have...

First off, I've only got a little bit of embedded programming experience. I'm going to begin some development on some ARM processors and I have a board coming in and have a Keil toolchain. I have found some useful examples, but they all come in two flavors: IAR and GNU. Will these be compatible with my Keil stuff? If not, how hard will it be to get them to work and which one should I start...


GNU linker script question

Started by Jim in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I'm working on an embedded project at home using GNU gcc & ld. I need to burn a function into a particular flash rom address. My...

Hi, I'm working on an embedded project at home using GNU gcc & ld. I need to burn a function into a particular flash rom address. My attempt will be to place the function in its own file and define a section like: SECTIONS { MySection 0x10000: { MyFile.o } _MySectionEnd = . ; } Then, in my app, I should be able to refer to _MySectionEnd to get the end address of ...


Need suggestion on GNU toolchain selection

Started by Steven Woody in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 8 replies

hi, what's the most popular and reliable GNU toolchain solution for ARM target? i am reading Karim's book 'Building Embedded Linux...

hi, what's the most popular and reliable GNU toolchain solution for ARM target? i am reading Karim's book 'Building Embedded Linux System' which introduced how to build a toolchain manually. it's interesting but seems i have to face with the daunting task of package ( and patches ) selection. on the other hand, i heard the 'www.gnuarm.com' which provides off-the-shelf binary toolchain...