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QuarterPounder
22-05-2004, 02:01
hello, i'm new in the forum.
i want to compile my own applications for the router with the toolchain provided by the asus-sources.
now i've been wondering why there is no mipsel-linux-g++ ???
is there only a c-compiler available? that would be very bad, all my sources for my lcd-project are written in c++.

thanks for an answer!

ps: @ oleg: your firmware rocks!

Oleg
22-05-2004, 12:20
You could probably try recompiling broadcom toolchain to get the c++ support or compile your own using the uclibc (http://uclibc.org/toolchains.html) build environment. In fact I'm just waiting for official gcc-3.4 toolchain suport from uclibc authors, althought I'm already compiled it.

QuarterPounder
26-05-2004, 11:01
i tried to recompile the asus-toolchain, without success.
is anywhere a precompiled version with c++ support?
if not, i will try to compile with the uclibc environment.

ivo
26-05-2004, 11:56
I understand that OpenWRT comes with a pretty usable toolchain - I haven't tried it yet, though.

QuarterPounder
27-05-2004, 22:01
openwrt does not compile in my system (?!?)
and the linksys-source contain the same toolchain like asus (without g++).
where do i get a precompiled g++?
everything is too hard for me ...
thanks

Oleg
28-05-2004, 14:57
There is now precompiled c++ toolchain available.
It's however possible to built one using latest uclibc, but it's not binary compatible with uclibc from the broadcom toolchain.