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mobyfab wrote:You can use buildroot or crosstool-ng to make a GCC toolchain for the M32R. This way you get GCC 4.7 which as a lot of optimization from 3.2 :)You will need linux or cygwin.
You can use buildroot or crosstool-ng to make a GCC toolchain for the M32R. This way you get GCC 4.7 which as a lot of optimization from 3.2 :)You will need linux or cygwin.
Can you please provide some more specific instructions on how to do this with windows 7 and cygwin?
You can give this one a try: http://www.sendspace.com/file/ptukj7 (gcc/g++ 4.3)
I unpacked the deb files from the debian port. This should work for bare metal as well.
The original files are here: http://debian.linux-m32r.org/dists/sid/main/
There you go, latest GCC with GDB under cygwin. 500MB uncompressed.
I had to do it manually as there is no support for the M32R in automatic tools, plus there were a few objects that would not compile.
I tried to compile/link a hello world program, works fine.