Presentation 2006-01-18
Retargeting GCC and GNU Toolchain for Extended Instruction Set
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Abstract(in English) While ASIPs (Application Specific Instruction set Processors) are attractive components for embedded systems, constructing software developing environments is one of the challenges in utilizing them. Since tools like an assembler, a linker, a simulator, a compiler, and a debugger are sophisticated softwares that strongly depends on the processor architectures, it requires great efforts to construct the software developing environments. In this article, focusing on the case where new processors are designed by augmenting the instruction set of an existing processor, we propose an efficient method of building software cross developing environments for the new processors consisting of the GCC and the GNU Tool Chain from the GCC/CGEN machine descriptions for the original processor and those of the extended instructions.
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Keyword(in English) ASIP / softaware developing environment / GCC / GNU Tool Chain / retargeting
Paper # VLD2005-103,CPSY2005-59,RECONF2005-92
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Conference Date 2006/1/11(1days)
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Title (in English) Retargeting GCC and GNU Toolchain for Extended Instruction Set
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Keyword(1) ASIP
Keyword(2) softaware developing environment
Keyword(3) GCC
Keyword(4) GNU Tool Chain
Keyword(5) retargeting
1st Author's Name Yuji NAGAMATSU
1st Author's Affiliation School of Science & Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University()
2nd Author's Name Nagisa ISHIURA
2nd Author's Affiliation School of Science & Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University
3rd Author's Name Nobuyuki HIKICHI
3rd Author's Affiliation SRA Key Technology Laboratory
Date 2006-01-18
Paper # VLD2005-103,CPSY2005-59,RECONF2005-92
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 518
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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