[fpc-pascal] Cross-compiler for ARM64 on Windows available?
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Tue Jun 21 20:01:17 CEST 2022
Tomas Hajny via fpc-pascal <fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org> schrieb am
Di., 21. Juni 2022, 18:08:
> On 2022-06-21 00:14, Pierre Muller via fpc-pascal wrote:
> > Le 20/06/2022 à 23:53, Sven Barth via fpc-pascal a écrit :
> >> Am 20.06.2022 um 12:34 schrieb Wolfgang Hubert via fpc-pascal:
> Hi Pierre (and others ;-) ),
> >> Windows on AArch64 is currently only supported in main thus you need
> >> to
> >> compile it yourself (see also
> >> ). Also there are still some errors for which the origins haven't been
> >> found yet, so your mileage may vary...
> > You might also try this "completely untested" cross-installer:
> > See:
> I just tried to follow the advice above. Compiling the cross-compiler
> (Win32 hosted) is no problem using the fullcycle target (obviously, I
> could build just the particular compiler for AArch64 instead of all of
> them, but that isn't important) - so far so good. However, it already
> fails when trying to build the aarch64-win64 rtl using this
> cross-compiler, because the compiler complains about missing assembler
> aarch64-win64-clang.exe. Do we provide (compiled) win32 or win64 hosted
> binutils providing support for aarch64-win64 target? FWIW, I checked the
> contrib directory on our FTP, but didn't find anything useful in this
> regard there either.
As is mentioned in my announcement mail for the target it requires clang as
assembler, not GNU binutils. And we don't *want* to ship that as clang
provides nice installers themselves.
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