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"Krishna, Buska (IE10)" <[log in to unmask]> writes:

> Hi all,
>
>         Are there any GNAT cross compilers available free? which can run on
> x86?

Yes. You have to compile them yourself, but that's not very hard. See
my previous message for the source to compile.

>
>         Could any body give the list GNAT cross compilers available?

The officially supported platform list is at www.gnat.com, on the
"supported platforms" page (I hate frames :).

The unofficially supported target list is the same as that for gcc;
see the gcc directory gcc/config/* for the actual list; it's very
long! Hmm. For those targets not on the official GNAT list, you have
to do more work, and for some, you have to do a lot of work. Depends
on what you mean by "available".

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-- Stephe

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