[fpc-pascal] Compile for WinCE 7, target ARM, CPU Cortex-A9
lacak at zoznam.sk
Fri Apr 5 14:56:07 CEST 2019
>> Note that you probably don't need two different cross compilers
>> if your cpu-OS target is the same
> Target CPU family is same: "arm", but Target processor is not the
> same: "ARMv4" versus "ARMv7" ...
> So I do not know if this requires two pre-compiled cross-compilers
> or not?
> You only need different compilers if you have different ABIs (e.g.
> Soft Float vs. Hard Float). For WinCE that isn't applicable however.
So it does not matter how I build cross-compiler using FpcUpDeluxe:
wheter I use "-Cparmv5" or "-Cparmv7A" ?
Then there is still problem with precompiled RTL/packages?
Because when I only change "Target processor" (in Lazarus build using
FpcUpDeluxe) I can compile application, but I can not run it on target
system (so I guess, that resulting EXE is not compiled for target
When I add to Custom options: -CfVFPV2 then I get error while compiling:
Fatal: Can't find unit system used by Test1
When I download and install default Lazarus and cross-compiler then when
I change "Target processor" to "ARMv5" or "ARMv7A" I get:
"project1.lpr(22,0) Error: Error while assembling exitcode 1"
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