GCC ARM Embedded 4.7-2012-q4-major
The first 4.7 release
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GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors 4.7
This release includes the following items:
* Bare metal EABI pre-built binaries for running on a Windows host
* Bare metal EABI pre-built binaries for running on a Linux host
* Bare metal EABI pre-built binaries for running on a Mac OS X host
* Source code package (together with build scripts and instructions to setup
build environment), composed of:
* gcc : ARM/embedded-
* binutils : 2.22 with mainline backports
* newlib : 1.19 with mainline backports
* gdb : 7.4.1 with mainline backports, without target sim support
* cloog-ppl 0.15.11 :
* libelf 0.8.13 : http://
* libiconv 1.11.1 :
* mpfr 2.4.2 : ftp://gcc.
* zlib 1.2.5 with makefile patch :
* newlib-nano 1.0 : Included in source package
* Windows XP/7 32/64 bits (with installer)
* Linux 32/64 bits (tarball)
- Ubuntu 8.x or later
- RHEL 4/5
* Mac OS X 64 bits (tarball)
Supported target OS:
* Bare metal EABI only
* All GCC 4.7 features, plus latest mainline features
- Defaultly turn on option -munaligned-access for ARM
- Support for more features from C11 revision of ISO C
- Support various new GNU extensions to the DWARF
* Additional code size optimizations
* Cortex-M0+ support
* Newlib-nano: newlib branch optimized for code size
* GDB support of unwind from exception handler
* GDB support of FP registers in Cortex-M4
* Tested on a variety of Cortex-M0/M0+/M3/M4 boards
* Tested on Qemu
Known issues in 4.7 major 2012.12 release:
* Comparing to 4.6, GCC 4.7 tends to inline more function calls when
optimizing for speed (O2/O3). So program built from 4.7 with O2/O3
might be slightly bigger than 4.6, but usually with performance gain.
To fall back closer to 4.6 behavior, please include compiler option:
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