[Aboriginal] Issue with ./dev-environment for armv7

Tayaout Labelle Kuberek tayaoutlk at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 13:43:39 PST 2014

Thanks for all the great answers. I can confirm that the armv6l package
is working fine.

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21:08:53 +0100 From: John Spencer <maillist-aboriginal at barfooze.de> To:
Rob Landley <rob at landley.net> Cc: aboriginal at lists.landley.net Subject:
Re: [Aboriginal] Issue with ./dev-environment for armv7l Message-ID:
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charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Rob Landley wrote:
>> On 02/28/14 15:37, John Spencer wrote:
>>> Tayaout Labelle Kuberek wrote:
>>>> I have an issue with the qemu ./dev-environment not loading. The CPU
>>> i assume you're running dev-environment.sh with the system-image-armv6l
>>> ? oh wait, i just see that there an armv7l system image now ... which is
>>> kinda strange because... see below paragraph.
>> My bad, I shouldn't have uploaded that. I have a local
>> sources/targets/armv7l which binutils is updated to work with but gcc
>> isn't. 
> hmm in that case it looks like it would make sense to remove the broken 
> armv7l* downloads, right ?
>> One of my todo items is to grab the last GPLv2 gcc release out of
>> source control the way I did for binutils, which should have armv7
>> support, and then fix it up as necessary, 
> would make sense either way
>> but ellcc.org is so close to
>> working it's on a far back burner.
>> In the meantime, armv5 should work fine. (armv6 didn't add many
>> interesting new instructions, it was mostly just SMP support which we're
>> not using; no real performance benefit to it that I know of).
> does that mean armv6 is broken as well ?

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