I'm trying to follow the setup docs for gcc cross compiler on Linux for OS4-ppc target, so I can try some stuff on my PC laptop. (When oh when will we get a high-end Amiga laptop?!) Following Nico's Utilitybase doc as linked to by ZeroHero's howto page for installing Hyperion SDK 53.20 which is current at the moment, and I suppose different in this way from whatever version was current at the time they wrote about this. ZeroHero says to get clib2-1.205 from sourceforge but there is a clib-1.204 in the current Hyperion SDK. Is the slightly newer rev from Sourceforge better, or should I use what's in Hyperion's SDK? The Utilitybase doc talks about extracting SDK_Install/clibs.lha from Hyperions SDK archive. This file does not seem to be present in current SDK from Hyperion. Is that OK, or do I need it from an old SDK archive? Or ust use the clib2 file (either Hyperion or Sourceforge) and newlib-53.9 from current Hyperion SDK? Anyone have any other advice on cross-compiling from Linux-x86?
Tue, 2011-03-08 04:45#1
cross compiling on OS4 from Linux