[fpc-devel] fpc.cfg format
nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Tue Aug 23 01:48:35 CEST 2005
On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 16:25:26 -0700
"Robert Reimiller" <certgrps at certsoft.com> wrote:
> On the off chance that the new ppcarm compiler and units I just built
> will work with a big endian ARM, I am trying to figure out how to
> actually build a test program.
> Is it possible to use the Lazarus IDE to edit and compile/assemble/link?
We just need to add the new target and maybe add some paths, so that the IDE
finds all arm sources in the fpc sources. At least that's what was needed to
get sparc support.
What's the OS, what's the processor? linux, arm?
Where can I get the cross .ppu to test it?
> I changed the compiler path to the new compiler and made sure
> spurious command line options were off.
> I get a message indicating it can't run the assembler and is switching
> to external assembling. Someone else had this problem back in May and
> got the response "The newer compilers requires an updated fpc.cfg and
> that the assembler is called e.g. arm-linux-as and arm-linux-ld."
> I haven't been able to find any documentation that shows the format of
> this new fpc.cfg and how you set the assembler and linker. Can
> anybody help?
> If Lazarus can't be used, how about Kdevelop?
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