Does anyone know if there will be a release of the GNU-A tools for MacOS anytime soon?
I'm Product Manager for the Arm Compiler, which has early MacOS support. Which Cortex-A cores are you interested in?
I'll send you a private message so we can loop at the options.
Hi, I am interested in a proposal to find a solution to develop on Cortex-A [7,53] for ASM, C [debug, compile with SIMD perf]. i used to have several boards on which i am using gcc but i can use MAC OS or any other upon small investment. my current dev are to complex to use VI and gcc.. it's so much pain.
It's 100% open source contribution i am doing for hobby. Hence, i can invest a bit but not that much. Which affordable solution/environment could you suggest ?
What is it about vi and GCC that cause you pain?
I'll drop you a private message - let's talk about your needs!
Hello, Paul -
I'm also looking for a macOS version of the compiler. I do development on both Linux and macOS, for various ARM linux-based boards, and currently can only use Linux because of the lack of a native macOS based version. Would appreciate having access to one.
Is it GCC you're looking for, or the Arm commercial compiler?
Next GNU-A toolchain release is planned by us on August 2019.
We've scheduled only arm-non-eabi toolchain for MacOS hosts.
Hope that helps.
Przemyslaw WirkusGNU-A toolchain release manager
Hi! Do you have any news about mac os tools release?
It was supposed to be released in August but it's still missing.
We've only scheduled Embedded toolchain release (arm-none-eabi) for MacOS hosts. A-profile releases are not supporting MacOS hosts.
kind regardsP. Wirkus
Would do mind describing your use case to help us understand why Mac OS matters for GCC A-profile developers?
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