Compile GCC 2.9.x and SUN Java
jean-marie.verdun at splitted-desktop.org
Thu Nov 30 12:04:03 UTC 2006
Regarding GCC 2.9, you still can try with buildroot, but you could face
some issue. This release of GCC is quite old right now, and I am not sure
that it has been tested nor if it does implement everything required (what
is you target hos, x86 ?)
Speaking about Java, Sun has announced a GPL release of it's Java
platform. I believe this is the best way for the future, but I am unable
to know where/when we can download source to test it on uClibc. I will be
really interested also to test it with uClibc.
> Hi, i'm a new uclibc users
> i download the rootfs, extract the content and use chroot to access.
> it has gcc 3.4.3.
> my question is:
> 1. how to compile GCC 2.9 to replace the GCC 3.4.3
> i try crosstool 0.42, but i didn't find uclibc or something like that
> 2. is there any SUN Java which run on uclibc ?
> Java VM (kaffe, sable, and jamvm) based on GNU Classpath can't handle
> complicated java apps.
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