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Author: Sibin P. Thomas (Guest)
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Hi,

Where can I get a list of ARM processors supported by WinARM Version
20060117?

I intend to use ARM926EJS versatile platform and also ARM920TDMI based
platform.

Regards,
Sibin

P.S. - if it isn't already apparent, I might add I am a newbie to the
ToolChain world

Author: Martin Thomas (Guest)
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Sibin P. Thomas wrote:
> Where can I get a list of ARM processors supported by WinARM Version
> 20060117?

It's not WinARM it's the gnu-compiler included in WinARM which is
configured as a cross-compiler for arm-elf-targets. Information about
the supported targets can be found in the gcc-documentation.

> I intend to use ARM926EJS versatile platform and also ARM920TDMI based
> platform.

ARM9 should be supported with the gnu-Compiler included in WinARM. IRC
at least one user has sent me a postive test-report for an ARM9-target.
But be aware that WinARM includes an arm-elf-toolchain so you can not
build linux-applications for your target with this. I expect most users
asking for GNU-ARM9-toolchain intend to use Linux but an
arm-linux-toolchain is needed for this. "Bare metal" software can be
created.

> P.S. - if it isn't already apparent, I might add I am a newbie to the
> ToolChain world

It's not that difficult as it seems on the first look. Good luck.


Martin Thomas

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