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Re: Help with testing GCC 3.2.1 against arm-sim

From: Dan Kegel
Subject: Re: Help with testing GCC 3.2.1 against arm-sim
Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2003 11:00:24 -0800
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address@hidden wrote:
So is there no good way to verify our tools before our hardware platform is
up and running (aka testing against a remote target) ?

I suppose if you linked your test program statically,
you might be able to test it with the simulator,
assuming you wrote hooks for all the Linux system
calls.  Sounds like more work than it's worth to me.
I haven't done anything like that, so I wouldn't know.

I'd suggest having two build scripts for your tools:
one that targets your platform, and one that targets
a very similar already-existing platform.
That way you can validate the common bits against similar
real hardware, at least.
- Dan

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