I have two questions:
- First question:
I am trying to compile a project with a cross GCC. Unfortunately I can't figure out how Eclipse is finding the cross GCC tool and how I can specify the prefix (in my case arm-linux-gnueabi-)?
- Second question:
In fact, my problem is a little more complex as I am compiling on a remote machine. Does anyone knows if there is one plugin which enable cross compiling on a remote machine?
To be clearer: My PC is used to edit file with Eclipse and launch compilation. But compilation is done (via ssh) on a remote machine which owns the cross GCC Tools. A mounted drive is used between my machine and the remote machine to access the same files.
cross GCC can be activated in the drop box under "Properties --> C/C++ Build --> Tool Chain Editor --> Current toolchain" and you can definde path and prefix under "C/C++ Build --> Settings --> Tool Settings --> Cross Settings". Note that if Eclipse made you a PATH variable under "C/C++ Build --> Environment" you need to replace the path to your compiler in there, too, and if you use an invocation command under "C/C++ Build --> Discovery Options" you need to change the path there as well.
I don't know the answer to your 2nd question, though.