anyone knows where I can get the sources for the VLE GCC?
gcc source codes will be available at NXP website in few days.
Hello support team ,
i have the same request.
have you planned to contribute on https://gcc.gnu.org ?
Thank you and Best regards
Even if NXP have plans to contribute their VLE port to mainstream - it fail with 100% probability. Reality is that GCC will never accept VLE.
Stepan, actually I do not care if VLE will make it upstream. But providing the sources is a must esp. for a port which is not yet mature.
Any updates about the release on NXP website? I haven't searched the site yet. KR
please click link below and there is toolchain for GCC power architecture:
S32 Design Studio IDE|NXP
You should add: "Click <More>" to see it.
Updates for the new S32 Design Studio gcc binaries?
Has anyone gotten a compiler to build from source?
I am trying on Linux however I am getting an error that build_gnu is not a working copy. It appears SVN is trying to checkout from svn.freescale.com which appears to be on your intranet only.
Yes, I've build it from sources without any problems, but after some dances with tambourine and couple of incarnations. It looks that all sources are here but svn command is just says there is no .svn folder. Major not obvious step is to create env.hostname file
Stepan K wrote: after some dances with tambourine and couple of incarnations.
Stepan K wrote:
after some dances with tambourine and couple of incarnations.
That's what I was thinking it was going to take.
I only took a quick swing at trying the instructions provided. I was planning on writing some straight forward instructions for beginners.
I'll give NXP an A+ for effort on getting into the open source community. But a C- on implementation.
Hopefully with a free compiler, IDE and $35 devboards I can finally put together some beginner kits at work without risking blowing up $2k+ dev boards. Hopefully it'll also bring a lot of Arduino/ARM people into the e200 fold.
but why building from sources, I mean the S32 pre-compiled compiler, linker, as are OK for a start. Aren't they sufficient spec for you?
They are absolutely OK for a start. I am currently using them to get started.
However I have multiple reasons I would like to compile from source.
I realise that this is now an old topic, but google brought me here... Did you have any luck building from source? I am trying to build from source on Windows (under mingw or cygwin, I don't mind) however unpacking the source tarball I see a number of errors ("Cannot create symlink").
The build script tells me this:
fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /)Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not set).
... but I'm not sure why the script should care?!
Nope. It's a home grown compiling solution that likely requires a lot of institutional memory to get working.
I start trying to track down the issues but end up getting distracted, swearing at it, and going back to my Arduino.
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