okay. Now I have put my CFLAGS to
export CFLAGS="-mips32 -O2 -g"
This too takes me beyond "opcode not supported on this processor" error.
But, the build is breaking at a later point - it is something to do with
#defines like _MIPS_SIM _ABIN32 _ABI64 etc. Anyway, I will post the
problem in an independent mail.
Alec Voropay wrote:
The original mips1 (32-bit R3000) has no sc/ll instructions.
This sc/ll instructions are from the mips3 (64-bit R4000) command set.
It seems, you should use newest "hybrid" mips32 (designed for the SOC)
the ISA-II+ architecture but 32bit + *extended instrution set* .
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of T. P. Saravanan
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2004 9:43 AM
Subject: mips linux glibc-2.3.3 build - opcode not supported problem
The problem seems to go away if I put CFLAGS="-mips4 -O2 -g".
Is it OK
to do this?
Why did gcc/gas fail to use -mips4 opcodes by default?