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Re: Adding new target how-to.

From: Rob Savoye
Subject: Re: Adding new target how-to.
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 09:12:33 -0700
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Petar Penchev wrote:

After I compile gcc i start make check , compilation tests start, but when execution does not work at all.

If the gcc.execute tests don't work, you need a target board or a simulator.

So, can anybody tell me where I can find how-tos about it ? I have one more question, DejaGnu by default is using gdb, however I have another cpu simulator, which I would like to use. Is it possible with DejaGNU ?

You should be able to use any simulator, but you may find you have to add a file to the baseboards directory to configu DejaGnu for that target. You might also have to add support in the config directory for your simulator so DejaGnu knows how to load and execute the test cases. Currently DejaGnu only has support for the GDB based simulators.

   - rob -

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