[fpc-pascal] Internal error 200203271
stevewilliams at kromestudios.com
Thu Jun 22 15:00:34 CEST 2006
Marco van de Voort wrote:
>>> Was there a solution for this? I've just come across this error now
>>> while trying to build fpc-svn for arm-linux as well. I'm using the
>>> following command line on Win32 from the root of the fpc source tree.
>>> make all OS_TARGET=linux CPU_TARGET=arm
>>> CROSSBINDIR=c:\devkitpro\devkitgp2x\bin BINUTILSPREFIX=arm-linux-
>> I want to make sure I have this right. I wish to build ppcarm.exe that
>> runs on Win32 and will create an arm-linux ELF. Is OS_TARGET and
>> CPU_TARGET as used above correct? Or do I use PPC_TARGET=arm? Is there
>> any documentation on these parameters? The Build FAQ gives an example
>> of building a compiler to run on another system. I want to build a
>> compiler to run on my system that can build executables for another system.
> Try make cycle instead rest the same.
> If you want to do it using make all that is all possible, but then you
> probably also need a OPT='-darm'
There is no 'make cycle' target at the root of the fpc source tree.
Tried the OPT='-darm' option, but now it stops with the error "ONLY one
of the switches for the CPU type must be defined" because make puts
-di386 in there.
This is the command line.
d:\fpc>make all OS_TARGET=linux CPU_TARGET=arm
I can get a ppcarm.exe compiled by using PPC_TARGET=arm, but I still
need to get the arm-linux units compiled.
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