I would like to know if there’s a process of getting addition CPU architectures into the prebuilt toolchains. The WIndows, MacOS, and Linux 64 bit toolchains are great, but I was hoping to be able grab one for running on a Raspberry Pi 2/3. The current version available via the Raspbian packages repo is a bit old.
Does anyone have a pointer to prebuilt versions (both current and older would be nice) for armv6l/armv7l/Raspberry Pi hosts?
Here are the Linux 64-bit toolchains for your Raspberry Pi. They can also support Armv6/Armv7.
There are many different tool chain builds in the list. Please take the suitable one based on your hardware configuration.
I have Puppy-Linux on RPi3.
Now I wanted to start with STM8 and have all the hardware but
miss a SDCC (Small Device Cross Compiler) and
the STMflash for STlinkv2 and only find sources for both that I'm incapable to compile on a RPi3.
(GCC on linaro is far too big)
Has anybody just compiled that for ARMv6 or does someone know where to get them as binaries?
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