On Tue, Dec 17, 2002 at 12:43:03AM -0800, Long Li wrote:
> I have some problems after building a linux-mips cross
> compiler on Red Hat7.1.
> 1. I tried to compile some c code targetting mips4k,
> which is 32-bit ISA. However, the map file tells me
> that the compiled code are 64-bit, since the address
> are 64-bit.
Mine is 32bit.
> 2. When I compiled the c code, I found in the mapfile
> that there are some sections called .reginfo and
> .mdebug. What are those sections? I would like to get
> rid of them. However, they still exists even if I
> deleted the '-g' option for gcc. Is there a way I can
> avoid the .reginfo and .mdebug sections?
Your toolchain is very old. The newer ones no longer use .mdebug.