Does ARM plan to add support for the Cortex-M85 to GCC. In which of the next GCC releases could we expect support for the M85?
in the meantime, ARM has added M85 support to clang (https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project/commit/1666f09933eefdd666be4c46887ba59ae089361c).
any plans to do this also for gcc?
Cortex-M85 support in GCC is currently being worked on, and will be available in one of the upcoming releases.
Since this is still under development, I cannot comment on when this support will be available, though it will not be in the next release based on GCC 11.
A new GCC Beta release is available from:https://developer.arm.com/downloads/-/arm-gnu-toolchain-downloads
What's new in 12.2.MPACBTI-Bet1
This release is based on GCC 12.2.
This is a Beta release that supports Cortex-M85 and the Cortex-M PACBTI extension, and therefore this release only includes the arm-none-eabi toolchain triplet. Toolchains described as Beta have not had the same level of testing as the other toolchains. This is not a production release and does not replace the previous release of 11.3.Rel1 for production use.
The support of Cortex-M85 in GCC is now also integrated in the mainline and will be available in the stable release 13.1.
Can you tell us in which version the support will be available in a non beta release of the Arm GNU Toolchain? Will this be with the release of GCC 13.2 or already available as a backport in 12.3?