On Mon, 12 Jan 2004, Finlay Dobbie wrote:
> > Last time I tried, it was painful to compile gcc, but it may have
> > changed (it was gcc 2.95).
> Thanks to the hard work of the Apple compiler tools team, I've heard
> that 3.x compiles out of the box on Darwin.
Indeed. However, this means you can easily set up an environment to build
for x86/darwin. You can also use newlib which is pretty easy for embedded
development. But compiling for Windows requires somehow to get a runtime
bootstrap library working for it. I don't think compiling gcc for windows
is supported except within cygwin.
If you succeed, I'll be extremely interested in including the thing in
darwinports cross category (yet to be created). Actually, I've started
looking into building gcc for x86-freebsd target.
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