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> Gcc -mthumb Option
post Aug 9 2006, 06:09 AM
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I try to make Stackless Python work on OpenBSD Zaururs, starting from a port made for Nintendo DS.

This port uses a thumb assembly module (used for implementing C stack black magic).

I therefore tried to compile the whole bunch of file using the -mthumb -mthumb-interwork options of GCC, but the compilation fails, the gcc assembler complaining about "bad instructions".

Did anyone already managed to build/make work some thumb compiled software on OpenBSD ?

Thanks in advance.

PS: maybe something I said here is complete nonsense, but I'm not familiar with this kind of low level sorcery...
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