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Bryan Hundven 6dcc001496 Merge pull request #340 from cpackham/glibc-2.16.0-backports-for-1.22 6 years ago
config mingw-w64: Set it as experimental 7 years ago
contrib uClibc: Fall back to default configs if not provided 7 years ago
docs docs: document Xtensa configuration overlay 7 years ago
kconfig configure: Correctly search for tinfo for kconfig 7 years ago
licenses.d Rename directory "licenses" to "licenses.d" for those filesystems unable to handle lower/upper case. 16 years ago
patches libc/glibc: Fix sed configure check 7 years ago
samples mingw-w64: Set it as experimental 7 years ago
scripts showSamples: Fix uClibc-ng name and Mingw-w64 versions 7 years ago
.gitignore Add new temp directory to .gitignore. 7 years ago Manage travis-ci build in an external script 7 years ago
.travis.yml Add xtensa-unknown-linux-uclibc to Travis build 7 years ago
COPYING Update and clarify COPYING (plus a typo). 15 years ago
LICENSES Add the full crosstool-NG sources to the new repository of its own. 16 years ago Fix uninstall target 7 years ago Replace README to and add travis-ci status 7 years ago
TODO gcc: Support only the latest branch releases of gcc 7 years ago
bootstrap configure: use autoconf to generate configure 11 years ago configure: Correctly search for tinfo for kconfig 7 years ago
ct-ng.comp kconfig: Update kconfig. Sync with Linux-4.2 8 years ago Merge pull request #233 from stilor/fix-build-all 7 years ago Build companion libs for target. 7 years ago

Crosstool-NG Build Status

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

./configure --help

If you are using a development snapshot, you'll have to create the configure script, first. Just run:


You will find the documentation in the directory docs. Here is a quick overview of what you'll find there:

  1. Table of content
  2. Introduction
  3. Installing crosstool-NG
  4. Configuring a toolchain
  5. Building the toolchain
  6. Using the toolchain
  7. Toolchain types
  8. Contributing
  9. Internals
  1. Credits
  2. Known issues
  3. Misc. tutorials

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