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Freestanding and Hosted implementations.

Posted by falberione on December 5, 2014

Hello, I'm making a research about embbedded OS that are using C++ compilers. Particularly I need to know:

1) Are you using a freestanding or hosted implementation of the C++ library headers? I mean, how do you define the macro STDC_HOSTED?

2) What C++ and C library headers are you currently supplying, since there are some of them that are not required on the standard (e.g.: iostream, exception, array, thread)?

These question are related with the toolchains that you provide.

Thanks in advance!

Best regards.

Freestanding and Hosted implementations.

Posted by rtel on December 5, 2014

We support 14 toolchains, we provide none. Maybe your first research should be which companies to ask?

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