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[Files] AmigaOS GCC cross-compiler for Amithlon releasedANN.lu
Posted on 25-Jul-2002 13:57 GMT by Bill Hoggett16 comments
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Jens Langner has released a GCC cross-compiler environment and binaries for compiling/porting existing applications to Amithlon (x86).

x86-ami-gcc
Description from the readme: This archive contains a uptodate version of a AmigaOS (68k)hosted gcc cross compiler environment for compiling/porting existing applications to Amithlon (x86).

Download (3.8 MB) Readme

x86-ami-bin
Description from the readme: This archive contains the binutils 2.9.1 version of the AmigaOS (68k) hosted binutils for compiling/porting existing applications to Amithlon (x86).

Download (2.9 MB) Readme

The x86-ami-bin.lha archive is required to successfully use the cross-compiler.

This release removes the need for a Linux installation for anyone wanting to develop Amithlon enhanced code.

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AmigaOS GCC cross-compiler for Amithlon released : Comment 16 of 16ANN.lu
Posted by Kelly Samel on 31-Jul-2002 02:11 GMT
Hi, has anyone got this cross-compiler working?
I am having problems with the system includes
and library headers etc. How can I generate
Amithlon compatible versions? I read about
a tool to do this but it is not included in
these packages? Anyway this looks good and
should open the possibilities for some
pretty amazing software that takes advantage
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