[fpc-devel] FPC for Linux-ARM

Florian Klaempfl florian at freepascal.org
Fri Jan 21 10:19:44 CET 2011

Am 21.01.2011 05:03, schrieb Michel Catudal:
> On 20/01/2011 05:14, Florian Klaempfl wrote:
>> Am 20.01.2011 04:01, schrieb Michel Catudal:
>>> In the Makefile I see these after I do a fpcmake -Tall. I looked all
>>> over the project and cannot find where I would put the information
>>> so fpcmake would generate a Makefile with : ifeq
>>> ($(FULL_TARGET),avr32-embedded)
>> Extend fpc\utils\fpcm\fpcmmain for avr32 so fpcmake -Tall will cover
>> avr32-embedded as well.
> Thank you, that works.
>>> Can anyone explain where I can find information on what is needed to do
>>> the port?
>> First, you need a compiler generating avr32 code.
> I got that. I saw that the ARM code uses a converting program that I
> think would generate opcodes.
> I could do something similar once I figure out the syntax for the
> opcodes in the dat file

This file is only used by an internal assembler but has nothing to do
with the assembler code generation. An internal assembler is something

> My question was more or less, where do I put the opcodes and what
> program does the generation of assembler.

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