Linaro Toolchain Binaries 2013.03 released

Bernhard Rosenkränzer bernhard.rosenkranzer at linaro.org
Sun Mar 17 20:57:00 UTC 2013


The Linaro Toolchain and Platform Working Groups are pleased to announce
the 2013.03 release of the Linaro Toolchain Binaries, a pre-built version
of Linaro GCC and Linaro GDB that runs on generic Linux or Windows and
targets the glibc Linaro Evaluation Build.

Uses include:
 * Cross compiling ARM applications from your laptop
 * Remote debugging
 * Build the Linux kernel for your board

What's included:
 * Linaro GCC 4.7 2013.03
 * Linaro GDB 7.5 2012.12
 * A statically linked gdbserver
 * A system root
 * Manuals under share/doc/

The system root contains the basic header files and libraries to link your
programs against.

Interesting changes include:
* gcc updated to 4.7-2013.03:
 * Updates to GCC 4.7.2+svn196272
 * Includes arm/aarch64-4.7-branch up to svn revision 196225
 * A fix for LP #1135633: [linaro regression] alsa-tools FTBFS with error
"unable to find a register to spill in class ‘AREG’"

The Linux version is supported on Ubuntu 10.04.3 and 12.04, Debian 6.0.2,
Fedora 16, openSUSE 12.1, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation 5.7 and
later, and should run on any Linux Standard Base 3.0 compatible
distribution. Please see the README about running on x86_64 hosts.

The Windows version is supported on Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows Vista
Business SP2, and Windows 7 Pro SP1.

The binaries and build scripts are available from:
 https://launchpad.net/linaro-toolchain-binaries/trunk/2013.03

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