README
author "Yann E. MORIN" <yann.morin.1998@anciens.enib.fr>
Mon May 25 17:22:54 2009 +0000 (2009-05-25)
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This is the README for crosstool-NG
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To get you started, just enter:
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  ./configure --help
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You can find a (terse and WIP) documentation in docs/overview.txt.
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You can also point your browser to
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  http://ymorin.is-a-geek.org/dokuwiki/projects/crosstool
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If you want to enhance crosstool-NG, there's a to-do list in the TODO file.
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If you need to send a bug report or a patch, please send a mail with subject
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prefixed with "[CT_NG]" with the following destinations:
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    TO: yann.morin.1998 (at) anciens.enib.fr
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    CC: crossgcc (at) sourceware.org
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Patches should come with the appropriate SoB line. A SoB line is typically
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something like:
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  Signed-off-by: John DOE <john.doe@somewhere.net>
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The SoB line is clearly described in Documentation/SubmittingPatches , section
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12, of your favourite Linux kernel source tree.
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The people that helped are listed in docs/CREDITS. Many thanks to them! :-)
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The list of known issues is listed in docs/known-issues.txt.
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Aloha!