I found this repository https://github.com/ARM-software/toolchain-gnu-bare-metal that seems to contain the files I expected to find.
However, it contains only one tag that refers to version 9-2019-q4.
Is this the right repository? Why isn't version 9-2020-q2 tagged? Will the next release (I think 10-2020-q4) come out of this repository?
I assume you would want to build your own gcc toolchain. Which operating system do you use? Linux, Windows, macOS? Which files you expected and found on linked repository?
KhazAkar said:I assume you would want to build your own gcc toolchain
Yes, I would like to compile my toolchain, and also try the "experimental" versions that (surely) you are developing.
KhazAkar said:Which operating system do you use?
KhazAkar said:Which files you expected and found on linked repository?
I expect to find something that refers to more recent versions of GCC (e.g. https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/vendors/ARM/heads/arm-10), newlib, binutils, etc. Also, all the scripts needed to build the toolchain
I also expected to find the tag for version 9-2020-q2 in addition to 9-2019-q4
I'm also running Linux on my machine. I'm not developing any experimental version, but I can point you to one of them, called bleeding-edge-toolchain from Freddie Chopin, which you acn locate here:https://github.com/FreddieChopin/bleeding-edge-toolchainYou can also try using crosstool-ng in order to create your own "edition" of gcc toolchain, but I'm using one from xPack repository, which you can find there: xpack.github.io/.../
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