Acolyte of the Butterfly
Posts: 114 from 2003/2/26
From: Aachen, Germany
But having m68k-amigaos-gcc working would be even better!
If you just need a gcc that can create a bit of m68k code (not used often, speed not an issue), you could use the gcc/68k compiler under emulation instead of a ppc-hosted cross compiler?Quote:
If I can avoid to change the assigns to set a compilation environment!
Normally two or more version of gcc are integrated in one "gg:" tree but have different names etc. For GoldED, I have used separate folders and separate installations. The change-the-compiler procedure is integrated into the IDE, ie. a menu item in the editor (or a command in the shell or makefile). If you can live with that, you might want to give GoldED a try? Download it and install the C/C++ mode with gcc/morphos and gcc/68k. 2.95.3 and 3.3 are both included and offered for installation. That will give you a working gcc environment for cross compilation in ten minutes, with inlines and all.