Where is the arm-none-eabi target?

dangbinghoo dangbinghoo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 09:59:44 UTC 2020

On Friday, 13 March 2020 at 14:41:03 UTC, IGotD- wrote:
> I'm trying to compile druntime for a custom OS. When I try to 
> compile for the target triple -target=arm-none-eabi, the 
> compiler does nothing without any error messages and there is 
> no object file output at all. However according to this guide.
> https://wiki.dlang.org/Minimal_semihosted_ARM_Cortex-M_%22Hello_World%22
> it uses the triple thumb-none-linux-eabi, which is kind odd of 
> but it might work for that particular case.
> The problem is when using thumb-none-linux-eabi, the compiler 
> automatically inserts D version identifiers like Posix. There 
> are ways around this like putting your desired target sooner in 
> the version if-else statements but still for completeness 
> shouldn't the non OS target be supported and why aren't there 
> any warning messages when using the arm-none-eabi target?

IMO, ldc right now will not work without a real OS like 
windows/linux/macos, as druntime and phobos is built upon with 
clib. And none-eabi doesn't have the "standard C library".

it will only work with arm-none-eabi target when trying to build 
LDC a "betterC compiler".

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