[fpc-devel] where do download BinUtils for ARM - Raspberry Pi?

Michael Schnell mschnell at lumino.de
Fri Jun 21 09:32:44 CEST 2013

On 06/19/2013 06:10 PM, Dennis Poon wrote:
> I have mostly given up on creating the cross compiler for 
> MIPSEB-OpenWrt (or DD-WRT) platform.

That is a shame !

(When the time comes,) I would be very interested in a decently 
supported MIPS compiler and IDE-support, as the PIC32 series, that is 
based on a MIPS CPU, offers a lot of really nice and cheap chips and 
rumors say that there very soon will be even more, providing lots of 
internal RAM and FLASH.

> Now, my plan B is to create a cross compiler (from x86 Linux) to 
> ARM-Raspberry Pi

I don't understand why RPI (still) gets so much interest.

A friend of mine just bought two BeagleBone "Black" boards for EUR 38.- 
(+VAT) each. With the extremely versatile and well supported TI 1 GHz 
chip (that is taken from TI's "AM..." series of devices for "embedded" 
use instead of for "cellphone" use), with 512 MB RAM and additional 
"internal SD-Card", and with a HDMI socket.

He is up to try to install and develop with FPC/Lazarus ASAP. (Please 
com back with any question on that behalf, I'm going to forward them.)

I definitively would use this board for my future "embedded" projects.

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