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From: Andris Pavenis <pavenis AT latnet DOT lv>
To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
Subject: Re: DJGPP linux cross-compiler + GDB problem
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 15:59:57 +0300
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On Thursday 17 June 2004 13:15, Andrew Cottrell wrote:

> 1) Ensure that you are using the DJGPP 2.04 beta releases and NOT the
> 2.03 releases. This is because you are using XP.

For me packages built using djdev203 (revision 2) works in average much better 
under WinXP Pro rather than either of DJGPP v2.04 beta or current CVS. (at 
least on one box). For example only really working bash, which I have is
one from djgpp distribution (v2gnu/ For example from was unusable for running almost any configuration script
(reproducible jumps out of DPMI, not immediatelly though). Using bash from 
v2gnu/, I succefully built for example gcc-3.3.3, gcc-3.4.0, 
gdb-6.1.1 (all under WinXP)

> 3) A few days ago Andris released a test GCC 3.4. You may want to try
> this so that then you have the same version of GCC on both OS's.

It crashes rather often while compiling C++ sources, so be carefull.

> 4) I do not know how to do this, but check that GDB and Binutils both
> support the same version of Dwarf (I do not know if there are
> different versions).

For gcc-3.4.0 perhaps GDB-6.1 or newer may be needed, binutils-2.14 or 2.15
should be Ok


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