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Building C++ Applications Print

 

In order to build a C++ application, do the following.

After activation of the cross-build environment (. ACTIVATE.sh), run the following command for Cortex-M3 targets (SimpleClass.cc being the application in the below example):

[psl@ocean app]$ arm-uclinuxeabi-g++ -o SimpleClass SimpleClass.cc -I \
${INSTALL_ROOT}/A2F/root/usr/include -mcpu=cortex-m3 -mthumb -L \
${INSTALL_ROOT}/A2F/root/usr/lib
[psl@ocean app]$

If your target is Cortex-M4 or Cortex-M7, run the following command instead:

[psl@ocean app]$ arm-uclinuxeabi-g++ -o SimpleClass SimpleClass.cc -I \
${INSTALL_ROOT}/A2F/root/usr/include -mcpu=cortex-m4 -mthumb -L \
${INSTALL_ROOT}/A2F/root/usr/lib
[psl@ocean app]$

Run the application on the target (assuming /mnt is NFS-mounted to the host):

/ # /mnt/SimpleClass
This program was written on 1-9-1999
This program was modified on 5-10-1999
/ #

NOTE: The sample application used in this application note was downloaded from the following web site:
http://www.inference.phy.cam.ac.uk/teaching/comput/C++/examples/index.shtml