Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of TBR/UserManual/MinGW_Tools_for_Windows


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Jul 28, 2007, 11:29:53 AM (12 years ago)
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ChrisJohns
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/* MinGW Tools for Windows */

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    1111This installer will install the common files and present you with a selection box for the targets you wish to install. The installer will check to see if you have already have the target installer present and if not it will download it for and install it. You can also download a specific installer for a target and install that. It is best to have run the top level installer once.
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    13 The source code for the tools is under the GNU GPL and can be found here http://www.rtems.org/ftp/pub/rtems/windows/4.8/build-14. The installers and tools are built and packaged on a Linux Fedora (FC7) computer and the scripts are all provided in the RTEMS source code using the [wiki:Building/MingwTools Building MinGW Tools] instructions.
     13The source code for the tools is under the GNU GPL and can be found here http://www.rtems.org/ftp/pub/rtems/windows/4.8/build-14/source. The installers and tools are built and packaged on a Linux Fedora (FC7) computer and the scripts are all provided in the RTEMS source code using the [wiki:Building/MingwTools Building MinGW Tools] instructions.
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    1515If you wish to use the Autotools such as autoconf and automake you should install MinGW, MSYS and MSYS DTK first. This is recommended. The autotools installer builds autoconf and automake before installing them on your computer. There is no safe way to build autoconf using a cross-build on a Linux host. The build the autotools MSYS and MSYS DTK are required. The installer checks for them and aborts installation if they do not exist.