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How to build on GNU/Linux?

Posted by Christian Jaeger on August 11, 2008

I want to build the Demo/ARM9_STR91X_IAR/; the only project/make file related items there seem to be


which, according to Google, seem to be files of the proprietary IAR software.

How am I going to build this demo with only open source software?

If a converter could be written to extract the relevant info out of the above (thankfully?) XML files, that might be useful (I may even help code it if the files' content can be reused easily enough).


RE: How to build on GNU/Linux?

Posted by MEdwards on August 11, 2008
Just use one of the ARM7 example makefiles to see the files required. There is also an STR9 GCC file listed on this page http://www.freertos.org/RTOS-contributed-ports.html which should give you what you need.

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