On Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 10:08:44AM +0100, Andre.Messerschmidt@infineon.com
> For my environment I need a compiler that supports dwarf debug information.
> Sadly my precompiled version does not have this support so I tried it on my
> own, using Bradley D. LaRonde's HowTo.
> All went well but I had to learn that GCC 3.0.1 is not able to compile a
> current kernel. So I tried version 2.95.3, but I ran into the same problem
> that I had last time I tried such a thing. When compiling glibc the process
> failed because of a missing -D__PIC__ option. I was told that this has to do
> with a non-MIPS compiler that is used, but the compiler used is my previous
> build static version of gcc.
> I don't know what else may be wrong or where to look. Can anybody enlighten
> Or has anybody a precompiled gcc with dwarf support for download (That is
> able to compile a current kernel, of course. ;-) )?
May I ask why you want dwarf? FWIW, gcc 2.96 in my RedHat 7.1 mips port
supports dwarf, but not as default. I don't know how well it works with
dwarf. Yes, both cross compiler running on RedHat/x86 7.1/7.2 and
native compiler are provided in my mips port.