Changes between Version 77 and Version 78 of TBR/BSP/AVRTest


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Feb 2, 2013, 12:06:33 AM (7 years ago)
Author:
C Rempel
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  • TBR/BSP/AVRTest

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    5555=  GCC SVN/CVS  =
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    57 The purpose of this version of the port would be to ensure that the AVR architecture is considered active in gcc, (as opposed to producing software for customers, or developing for RTEMS directly).  The GCC development community wants each architecture, to include AVR, to submit test results to gcc-testresults@gcc.gnu.org every 4 months, so running the AVR gcc-testing would be a must for a well-maintained port. The time it took to run WinAVR's AVRTest with a simulator was ~1 hour, so running gcc testing on this port appears feasible from a time standpoint.  '''TODO: ''' time how long it takes to build, install, and test the SVN/CVS version of the toolset.==  Installing Experimental Version of GnatMake  ==
     57The purpose of this version of the port is to find bugs in upcoming versions of gcc, (as opposed to producing software for customers, or developing for RTEMS directly).  The GCC development community wants each architecture, to include AVR, to submit test results to gcc-testresults@gcc.gnu.org every 4 months, so running the AVR gcc-testing is a must for a well-maintained port. The time it took to run WinAVR's AVRTest with a simulator was ~1 hour, so running gcc testing on this port appears feasible from a time standpoint.  '''TODO: ''' On a 2010 x86_64 laptop it takes ~5 hours to build native gnat, install, and test the SVN/CVS version of the toolset.
     58==  Installing Experimental Version of GnatMake  ==
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    5960Because gnat has a special tool (to be run on the host, as opposed to the target) distributed with it called gnatmake, it is necessary to also build a "native" (most likely host) experimental version of gnatmake.