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Bryan Hundven f34d1a93f1 Merge pull request #198 from stilor/avr2-fix
Fix avr sample
8 years ago
config linux: Update linux kernel versions 8 years ago
contrib test-suite: define $tmpdir to $TOPDIR 8 years ago
docs Fix a typo in the documentation 8 years ago
kconfig kconfig: Update kconfig. Sync with Linux-4.2 8 years ago
licenses.d Rename directory "licenses" to "licenses.d" for those filesystems unable to handle lower/upper case. 16 years ago
patches Merge pull request #200 from stilor/arm-unwind-uclibc 8 years ago
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scripts Using "all" and "install" targets in do_gcc_core_backend if configured. 8 years ago
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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 Revert the automated build option 8 years ago Replace README to and add travis-ci status 8 years ago
TODO TODO: remove some items 9 years ago
bootstrap configure: use autoconf to generate configure 12 years ago Revert the automated build option 8 years ago
ct-ng.comp kconfig: Update kconfig. Sync with Linux-4.2 8 years ago all: remove references to creating a tarball 8 years ago avr-libc: add support for avr-libc C library 8 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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