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GCC Cross compiler configuration - part 2 [message #1770399] Thu, 10 August 2017 17:23 Go to next message
Vaclav Sal is currently offline Vaclav SalFriend
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This post is little premature , but ....
After the cross compiler prefix and path are done,
I have an option to continue with "local application" or "remote ".
Please note it is called local and remote , not local and host.

I assume these two can be compiled and verified compiled on "local' ( x86) machine and than on "remote" (ARM host?).

If I select "remote" i get "New Connection" in C/C++ perspective and can follow that path. Been there , done that.

BUT - I have installed TCF - especially for developing software on embedded system - Pi in my case.

So which way to just build and verify the conncetion - using standard "remote" application connection or TCF?

In my view verifying the connection should be done before actually compiling the remote / host software.


BTW TCF now introduces "Target" - AKA host AKA remote.









Re: GCC Cross compiler configuration - part 2 [message #1770428 is a reply to message #1770399] Fri, 11 August 2017 08:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jonah Graham is currently offline Jonah GrahamFriend
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This post is little premature , but ....


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Did you read and follow the instructions at <https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/27163/cross-compiling-with-windows-using-eclipse>?


Please work through the provided examples/instructions and then come back to the forum with new questions.
Re: GCC Cross compiler configuration - part 2 [message #1770454 is a reply to message #1770428] Fri, 11 August 2017 17:12 Go to previous message
Vaclav Sal is currently offline Vaclav SalFriend
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YES and NO
I am looking into using TCF instead.
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