January 22, 2013
By request I have put my minimum library work visible at bitbucket.org/timosi/minlibd. It contains now the library. I hope it will contain other things for program development too, like makefiles and linker scripts and of course, documentation.
January 22, 2013
On Tuesday, 22 January 2013 at 16:25:02 UTC, Timo Sintonen wrote:
> By request I have put my minimum library work visible at bitbucket.org/timosi/minlibd. It contains now the library. I hope it will contain other things for program development too, like makefiles and linker scripts and of course, documentation.

Great! (;

Any chance for adding any example that could be used to verify that everything works correctly? It does not matter for which microcontroller it would be, just anything for a start (;

One more request - maybe you could share a compiled toolchain with the lib in a binary form (Windows)? Compiling that is probably not the easiest thing to do (;

Thx again!

4\/3!!
January 22, 2013
On 22 January 2013 17:02, Freddie Chopin <freddie_chopin@op.pl> wrote:

> On Tuesday, 22 January 2013 at 16:25:02 UTC, Timo Sintonen wrote:
>
>> By request I have put my minimum library work visible at bitbucket.org/timosi/minlibd. It contains now the library. I hope it will contain other things for program development too, like makefiles and linker scripts and of course, documentation.
>>
>
> Great! (;


Why are you upside-down. :)


-- 
Iain Buclaw

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January 22, 2013
On Tuesday, 22 January 2013 at 17:17:20 UTC, Iain Buclaw wrote:
>> Great! (;
>
> Why are you upside-down. :)

Against mainstream! <;

4\/3!!
January 22, 2013
On Tuesday, 22 January 2013 at 17:02:58 UTC, Freddie Chopin wrote:

> Any chance for adding any example that could be used to verify that everything works correctly? It does not matter for which microcontroller it would be, just anything for a start (;

I will add something when I have time. I have a simple malloc and a main program that sends one byte to uart.
>
> One more request - maybe you could share a compiled toolchain with the lib in a binary form (Windows)? Compiling that is probably not the easiest thing to do (;
>
I have tried to avoid Windows since 1996 when I installed my first linux...
The best place to ask for a toolchain might be those who have made the native Windows toolchain. It should not be a big job to change it to a different target. If I had time, I might also look at it.

But this brings out an interesting question:
If I have the same cross toolchain in Linux and Windows, and I compile same files with same settings, are the object files equal? If I compile some files in Windows and some in Linux, can I link them together and have a working executable?

I think this should work in theory but does anybody have any real experience of cross compiling programs in both win and linux?
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