On 7/16/07, Brian Dessent <brian@...> wrote:
> "Emmanuel Stapf [ES]" wrote:
> > Is there a timeline somewhere? Supposing that I can compile the toolchain
> > myself (meaning is there a step by step procedure for that?), what are the
> > known issues with it?
> I think you're misinterpreting this as being at a much further stage of
> development than it is at the moment. Right now I'd characterize it as
> "significant portions are not done yet so don't be surprised if you
> can't even get anything to build without some effort." If you don't
> have an interest in the development of the toolchain itself, i.e. you
> just want to *use* it, then you are probably too early to this party.
> With that out of the way, the only forms of documentation that I know of
> at this early stage are mailing list threads on gcc@, gcc-patches@,
> binutils@, mingw-users@, and so on. Kai Tietz has done the bulk of the
> work on the port.
If you're a little better than I am, you should be able to get a
Hello, world out the door with all the work Kai has done on
x86_64-pc-mingw32. The steps are, as far as I can tell, as follows:
build binutils with target = x86_64-pc-mingw32
build gcc-core (or do make all-gcc on a full gcc download) for x86_64-pc-mingw32
build the crt that Kai worked on
build all of gcc (you can do c and c++) << This is where I'm stuck.
Hopefully Kai will be kind enough to help me :)