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README

This is the README for crosstool-NG

Crosstool-NG follows the autoconf dance. So, to get you
kick-started, just run:
./configure --help

You will find the documentation in the directory 'docs'.
Here is a quick overview of what you'll find there:
0 - Table of content
1 - Introduction
2 - Installing crosstool-NG
3 - Configuring a toolchain
4 - Building the toolchain
5 - Using the toolchain
6 - Toolchain types
7 - Contributing
8 - Internals
A - Credits
B - Known issues
C - Misc. tutorials

You can also point your browser at:
http://ymorin.is-a-geek.org/projects/crosstool

Aloha!