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[News] Projects and Products Put Linux and GNU Toolchain on More Devices

  • Subject: [News] Projects and Products Put Linux and GNU Toolchain on More Devices
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 09:04:46 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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In six weeks from bare hardware to receiving BCCHs

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| After six weeks of full-time hacking, with 
| the help of a few friends, we have made it 
| to receiving actual BCCH data from a GSM 
| cell.
| So what does this mean? As I have indicated 
| publicly at the 26C3 conference: Now, that 
| we have managed to create a working GSM 
| network-side implementation (OpenBSC) during 
| the last year, we will proceed to do the 
| same with the phone side. 
| [...]
| So, if you want to write Free Software for 
| such a device, you have two options:
|     * Reverse engineering the existing 
|     hardware and writing your code based on 
|     that information
|     * Building your own hardware and then 
|     writing the software you wanted to 
|     write.


Keil and Cypress cooperate on tools for PSoC use

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| The Keil CA51 Compiler for PSoC 3 and the 
| GNU GCC-ARM Compiler for PSoC 5 are both 
| bundled with the PSoC Creator distribution. 
| The Keil Vision 4 IDE and debugger are also 
| available for use with the Cypress PSoC 3 
| and PSoC 5 devices. 



GNU Toolchain Update, August 2009

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| New in this months merge are:
|    * Support for the Xilinx MicroBlaze architecture has been added to
|      the binutils.
|    * GNU/Linux targets now supports "gnu_unique_object" as a value in
|      GAS's .type pseudo op.  This marks the symbol as being globally
|      unique in the entire process, a feature which is needed by C++
|      binaries.
|       [...]



Free software encircles embedded design

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| Designers can choose from a variety of open-source-software components
| ranging from multiple variations of the wildly popular Linux operating system
| to sophisticated debugging tools. SourceForge.net, the largest
| open-source-software-development site, provides free hosting to more than
| 180,000 registered projects, including database, security, gaming,
| clustering, multimedia, and VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) offerings.


Picochip's C compiler gets GCC acceptance

,----[ Quote ]
| Picochip's C compiler has been accepted as an official port for the GNU
| Compiler Collection (GCC).


Industry's Leading GNU-based Toolchain Available Now, Optimized for MIPS(R)

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| "We are pleased to partner with CodeSourcery to provide these optimized
| versions of the new release of its industry-leading GNU-based toolchain,"
| said Jack Browne, vice president of marketing, Processor Business Group, MIPS
| Technologies.
| [...]
| Sourcery G++ runs on both Windows(R) and Linux hosts and is available for
| bare-iron and GNU/Linux development in Lite, Personal and Professional
| editions. Professional Edition customers receive unlimited support from
| CodeSourcery.


Commercial GNU tools rev'd

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| CodeSourcery has updated its commercially supported versions of the GNU C/C++
| Toolchain and Eclipse IDE (integrated development environment). The "spring
| release" of Sourcery G++ adds support for Linux ELF binaries on the MIPS
| architecture, and Windows binaries on x86, along with a QEMU-based simulator
| for PowerPC.

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