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authorGravatar Manuel Novoa III <mjn3@codepoet.org>2004-09-03 00:49:43 +0000
committerGravatar Manuel Novoa III <mjn3@codepoet.org>2004-09-03 00:49:43 +0000
commit3ad3d8a1d8c25bab9937e2d9e08ccdbb0b042543 (patch)
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Update to what I'm currently using. Lots of changes...
1) Allow selection of binutils/gcc/gdb/kernel headers to build, although some of the older tool patches probably need updating. 2) Rework gdb build so that remote debugging now works with gdbserver. 3) Misc. other package updates.3) Misc. other package updates.3) Misc. other package updates.
Diffstat (limited to 'Makefile')
-rw-r--r--Makefile109
1 files changed, 80 insertions, 29 deletions
diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
index 2c80d3172a..e88583a149 100644
--- a/Makefile
+++ b/Makefile
@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@
#
# Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Erik Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>
# Copyright (C) 2002 by Tim Riker <Tim@Rikers.org>
+# Copyright (C) 2004 Manuel Novoa III <mjn3@uclibc.org>
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License as
@@ -28,39 +29,78 @@
#
#############################################################
-# What sortof target system shall we compile this for?
+# What sort of target system shall we compile this for?
+#
ARCH:=i386
#ARCH:=arm
#ARCH:=mips
#ARCH:=mipsel
#ARCH:=powerpc
#ARCH:=sh4
-# Busybox link failing due to needing libgcc functions that are statics.
#ARCH:=cris
-
-# The following currently fail to build since no shared lib support.
#ARCH:=sh64
#ARCH:=m68k
#ARCH:=v850
#ARCH:=sparc
#ARCH:=whatever
-# If you are building a native gcc toolchain, do you want to
-# build the old gcc-2.95 based toolchain, or would you prefer
-# a nice and shiny new gcc-3.3.2 toolchain?
+# Choose the kernel headers to use for kernel-headers target. This is
+# ignored if you are building your own kernel or using the system kernel.
+#
+DEFAULT_KERNEL_HEADERS:=2.4.25
+#DEFAULT_KERNEL_HEADERS:=2.6.7
+
+# Choose gcc version.
# WARNING -- 2.95 currently only builds for i386, arm, mips*, and powerpc.
# WARNING -- 2.95 does not currently build natively for the target.
-GCC_2_95_TOOLCHAIN:=false
+#
+#GCC_VERSION:=2.95
+#GCC_VERSION:=3.3.3
+#GCC_VERSION:=3.3.4
+#GCC_VERSION:=3.4.0
+GCC_VERSION:=3.4.1
+
+# Choose binutils version.
+#
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.14.90.0.6
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.14.90.0.7
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.14.90.0.8
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.90.0.1
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.90.0.1.1
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.90.0.2
+BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.90.0.3
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.91.0.1
+#BINUTILS_VERSION:=2.15.91.0.2
+
+# Choose gdb version.
+#
+#GDB_VERSION:=5.3
+GDB_VERSION:=6.1.1
+#GDB_VERSION:=6.2
+
# Enable this to use the uClibc daily snapshot instead of a released
# version. Daily snapshots may contain new features and bugfixes. Or
-# they may not even compile at all, depending on what Erik is doing...
-USE_UCLIBC_SNAPSHOT:=true
+# they may not even compile at all, depending on what Erik is doing.
-# Enable this to use the busybox daily snapshot instead of a released
-# version. Daily snapshots may contain new features and bugfixes. Or
-# they may not even compile at all....
-USE_BUSYBOX_SNAPSHOT:=true
+# Do you wish to use the latest release (), latest snapshot (snapshot),
+# or the snapshot from a specific date (yyyymmdd)? Note that snapshots
+# may contain new features and bugfixes. Or they may not even compile
+# at all, depending on what Erik and Manuel are doing.
+#
+#USE_UCLIBC_SNAPSHOT:=
+USE_UCLIBC_SNAPSHOT:=snapshot
+#USE_UCLIBC_SNAPSHOT:=20040807
+
+# Do you wish to use the latest release (), latest snapshot (snapshot),
+# or the snapshot from a specific date (yyyymmdd)? Note that snapshots
+# may contain new features and bugfixes. Or they may not even compile
+# at all...
+#
+#USE_BUSYBOX_SNAPSHOT:=
+USE_BUSYBOX_SNAPSHOT:=snapshot
+#USE_BUSYBOX_SNAPSHOT:=20040807
# Enable large file (files > 2 GB) support
BUILD_WITH_LARGEFILE:=true
@@ -75,6 +115,15 @@ OPTIMIZE_FOR_CPU=$(ARCH)
#OPTIMIZE_FOR_CPU=i586
#OPTIMIZE_FOR_CPU=whatever
+# Might be worth experimenting with for gcc 3.4.x.
+GCC_WITH_CPU:=
+GCC_WITH_ARCH:=
+GCC_WITH_TUNE:=
+
+#GCC_WITH_CPU:=--with-cpu=
+#GCC_WITH_ARCH:=--with-arch=
+#GCC_WITH_TUNE:=--with-tune=
+
# Soft floating point options.
# Notes:
# Currently builds with gcc 3.3 for arm, mips, mipsel, powerpc.
@@ -128,11 +177,7 @@ INSTALL_LIBGCJ:=false
#############################################################
TARGETS:=host-sed
-ifeq ($(GCC_2_95_TOOLCHAIN),true)
-TARGETS+=uclibc-configured binutils gcc2_95 ccache
-else
-TARGETS+=uclibc-configured binutils gcc3_3 ccache
-endif
+TARGETS+=uclibc-configured binutils gcc ccache
# Are you building your own kernel? Perhaps you have a kernel
# you have already configured and you want to use that? The
@@ -157,8 +202,7 @@ TARGETS+=busybox #tinylogin
#If you want a development system, you probably want gcc built
# with uClibc so it can run within your dev system...
-#TARGETS+=gcc2_95_target ccache_target # NOT WORKING!!!
-#TARGETS+=gcc3_3_target ccache_target
+#TARGETS+=gcc_target ccache_target
# Of course, if you are installing a development system, you
# may want some header files so you can compile stuff....
@@ -187,7 +231,7 @@ TARGETS+=busybox #tinylogin
# Pick your root filesystem type.
#
#############################################################
-TARGETS+=ext2root
+#TARGETS+=ext2root
# Must mount cramfs with 'ramdisk_blocksize=4096'
#TARGETS+=cramfsroot
@@ -205,7 +249,12 @@ TARGETS+=ext2root
#############################################################
ifeq ($(SOFT_FLOAT),true)
+# gcc 3.4.x soft float configuration is different than previous versions.
+ifeq ($(findstring 3.4.,$(GCC_VERSION)),3.4.)
+SOFT_FLOAT_CONFIG_OPTION:=--with-float=soft
+else
SOFT_FLOAT_CONFIG_OPTION:=--without-float
+endif
TARGET_SOFT_FLOAT:=-msoft-float
ARCH_FPU_SUFFIX:=_nofpu
else
@@ -302,13 +351,15 @@ $(DL_DIR):
$(BUILD_DIR):
mkdir $(BUILD_DIR)
+$(TOOL_BUILD_DIR):
+ mkdir $(TOOL_BUILD_DIR)
+
$(STAGING_DIR):
rm -rf $(STAGING_DIR)
mkdir -p $(STAGING_DIR)/lib
- mkdir -p $(STAGING_DIR)/usr
- ln -fs $(REAL_GNU_TARGET_NAME)/include $(STAGING_DIR)/include
- ln -fs ../lib $(STAGING_DIR)/usr/lib
- ln -fs ../$(REAL_GNU_TARGET_NAME)/include $(STAGING_DIR)/usr/include
+ mkdir -p $(STAGING_DIR)/include
+ mkdir -p $(STAGING_DIR)/$(REAL_GNU_TARGET_NAME)
+ ln -sf ../lib $(STAGING_DIR)/$(REAL_GNU_TARGET_NAME)/lib
$(TARGET_DIR):
rm -rf $(TARGET_DIR)
@@ -324,15 +375,15 @@ source: $(TARGETS_SOURCE)
#
#############################################################
clean: $(TARGETS_CLEAN)
- rm -rf $(TARGET_DIR) $(STAGING_DIR) $(IMAGE)
+ rm -rf $(STAGING_DIR) $(TARGET_DIR) $(IMAGE)
dirclean: $(TARGETS_DIRCLEAN)
- rm -rf $(TARGET_DIR) $(STAGING_DIR) $(IMAGE)
+ rm -rf $(STAGING_DIR) $(TARGET_DIR) $(IMAGE)
distclean:
rm -rf $(DL_DIR) $(BUILD_DIR) $(LINUX_KERNEL) $(IMAGE)
-sourceball:
+sourceball:
rm -rf $(BUILD_DIR)
set -e; \
cd ..; \