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Author: coolfix (Guest)
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Hi, everyone

I'm just getting started using gcc toolchain from yagarto package. I 
like to how the build directory structure is organized. Why there are 
mutiple bin|include|lib directories and how do I setup my include path 
and lib path?

Please help

Author: Martin Thomas (mthomas) (Moderator)
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coolfix wrote:
> Hi, everyone
>
> I'm just getting started using gcc toolchain from yagarto package. I
> like to how the build directory structure is organized. Why there are
> mutiple bin|include|lib directories
Some of them are created during the build of the compiler itself and 
some are created during build of the libc. Usually there is no need to 
worry about this. The compiler/linker will search all needed directories

> and how do I setup my include path
> and lib path?
This is not needed at all. The search-directories are already set-up 
internally. Just make sure to use the front-end (arm-*-gcc) for linking 
and do not call the linker (arm-*-ld) directly and everything will work 
out.

Author: coolfix (Guest)
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Thank you for your clarification.

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