Projects / crosstool


crosstool is a set of scripts that make it easy to build cross-development toolchains based on gcc, glibc, and Linux. The goal is to make it easy to build and test cross-toolchains for all architectures supported by glibc.

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Recent releases

  •  02 Aug 2005 07:17

    Release Notes: Several minor fixes were made. The program is approaching a polished state for some uses. RPM support was improved and a patch for NPTL support was added to the contrib directory.

    •  27 Jul 2003 11:17

      Release Notes: Both gcc and glibc regression tests can now be run. Nearly all regression tests are actually passed for two processors (ppc405, ppc750). Much better HOWTOs are included to document the process of building and testing gcc/glibc cross toolchains.

      •  15 Jun 2003 16:14

        Release Notes: This release can build cross-toolchains for a large subset of gcc-{2.95.3, 3.2.3, 3.3} in combination with glibc-{2.2.2, 2.2.5, 2.3.2} and {i686, ppc750, ppc405, sh4, alpha, sparc, arm, mips, ia64, s390} out of the box. The resulting toolchains have had little to no testing as yet, but simply having a script that can build these toolchains is quite useful as a starting point.


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