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#

menu "Toolchain Options"


source "toolchain/kernel-headers/Config.in"
source "toolchain/uClibc/Config.in"
source "toolchain/binutils/Config.in"
source "toolchain/gcc/Config.in"
source "toolchain/ccache/Config.in"
source "toolchain/gdb/Config.in"


comment "Common Toolchain Options"

config BR2_ENABLE_MULTILIB
	bool "Enable multilib support?"
	default y
	help
	    If you want multilib enabled, enable this...

config BR2_LARGEFILE
	bool "Enable large file (files > 2 GB) support?"
	depends on !BR2_cris
	default y
	help
	    Enable large file (files > 2 GB) support

config BR2_SOFT_FLOAT
	bool "Use software floating point by default"
	default n
	depends on BR2_arm || BR2_armeb || BR2_mips || BR2_mipsel || BR2_powerpc
	help
	  If your target CPU does not have a Floating Point Unit (FPU) or a
	  kernel FPU emulator, but you still wish to support floating point
	  functions, then everything will need to be compiled with soft floating
	  point support (-msoft-float).

	  Most people will answer N.

config BR2_TARGET_OPTIMIZATION
	string "Target Optimizations"
	default "-Os -pipe"
	help
	  Optimizations to use when building for the target host.

# 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=


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