Pavel V. Ozerski
pavel at insect.mail.iephb.ru
Wed Sep 13 08:27:59 CEST 2000
>No, you need to have the assembler, linker etc. for Win32 installed.
>There are rumours that a cross-compiling package is available somewhere,
>but I never found it... But you can compile the GNU linker and similar
>tools for cross-compiling/linking for yourself, there are instructions
>for doing this in the according package. (binutils, I think). But be
>careful, the assembler must have the name 'asw', and so on.
Earlier I sent information about urls to cross-tools. I can remind (and enlarge) them
(but all are not tested some links can be obsolete, some contain only C sources, also you must extract from
them only necessary utils):
Linux>Win32, several variants:
DOS>M68K at ftp://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/msdos/gnu/gcc-dos-m68k/
Win32>M68K at http://fiddes.net/coldfire/download.htm
BTW, now I try to find cross-utils DOS>Linux (ELF) or Win32>Linux (ELF) but not successfully. Can somebody help me?
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