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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] C++ output problems
On August 2, 2005 06:01 pm, John Williams wrote:
> There are some C++ demo apps in the uClinux-dist - if you want to spend
> time on this they would be a good place to start, since you can be
> confident that their Makefiles are sensible etc.
They definitely don't work, as they rely on the STL... and the STL is much further away from working than just printf :) I've gotten plain C++ programs to work, as long as they don't do
> I don't think there will be a huge amount of effort required to get this
> going, it just needs someone to whom it is a vitally important
> functionality! Maybe that's you?
It very well could be! However, there is one major roadblock to getting this working.. How could I go about compiling the microblaze toolchain? From your page,
You say that you haven't got this toolchain to compile yet. I am guessing that I'd need to be able to recompile the toolchain to fix anything. Has there been any change in the
success rate for building this toolchain since July 2003?
I wouldn't be adverse to trying to get this to work, I'm just not sure where to start.
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