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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Visual Studio Configuration for GCC


Author: Amit Chatre (aseem)
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Hi,

     Currently I'm using a WinARM and its really user frendly for me.

But i want to know, How Visual Studio configure for GCC compiler to
build a ARM projects.

Please help me ...
Thanks in Advance.

Author: Jim Kaz (ancaritha)
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Amit Chatre wrote:
> But i want to know, How Visual Studio configure for GCC compiler to
> build a ARM projects.

Making Visual Studios use the GCC compiler is simple.  Create a Make
file for the ARM processor you are using.  Put it in the same folder as
your Visual Studios project file (or alternatively, you could look for
it via relative/absolute path).     When you are in Visual Studios,
right click on your project and go to Properties.  Go to the NMake tab
underneath Configuration Properties.  Change the following settings:

Build Command Line:      make
Rebuild All Command Line:    make rebuild_all
Clean Command Line:     make clean


If you did not create the makefile in the same folder as the project
file, replace "make" with the path to make.

Author: Amit Chatre (aseem)
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Jim Kaz wrote:
> Amit Chatre wrote:
>> But i want to know, How Visual Studio configure for GCC compiler to
>> build a ARM projects.
>
> Making Visual Studios use the GCC compiler is simple.  Create a Make
> file for the ARM processor you are using.  Put it in the same folder as
> your Visual Studios project file (or alternatively, you could look for
> it via relative/absolute path).     When you are in Visual Studios,
> right click on your project and go to Properties.  Go to the NMake tab
> underneath Configuration Properties.  Change the following settings:
>
> Build Command Line:      make
> Rebuild All Command Line:    make rebuild_all
> Clean Command Line:     make clean
>
>
> If you did not create the makefile in the same folder as the project
> file, replace "make" with the path to make.

Thank you Jim,

          I tried for it and its working.

          Thank you very much.

 Amit Chatre

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