[gccsdk] UnixLib and current Norcroft
alex at alexwaugh.com
Sun Feb 4 10:28:31 PST 2007
"David J. Ruck" <druck at druck.org.uk> wrote:
> After finding ARMalyser built with GCC against UnixLib was substantially
> faster for my sprintf heavy code than with GCC against the SCL, I wanted to
> check Norcroft with UnixLib rather than the SCL. It the latest Norcoft 5.65
> still supported?
No, Norcroft is not supported anymore in the trunk. Older releases may
work, but you would have to compile UnixLib yourself because the
distributed version was typically built with gcc.
> RM Linker: ___arm_alloca_alloc, referred to from UnixLib:o.unixlib(o).
> ARM Linker: __muldi3, referred to from UnixLib:o.unixlib(o).
> I can't find either of these symbols in the UnixLib source, just in the
> library binary itself, so I assume they are routines built in to GCC?
These symbols are in libgcc, and so are specific to GCC.
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