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cross-compiler

(programming)
A compiler which runs on one platform and produces code for another, as opposed to a native code compiler which produces code for the platform on which it runs.
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Software package includes a script for building all components, including the cross-compiler
Microtec will develop a Java cross-compiler and linker.
Adding the Microtec(R) cross-compiler, assembler and linker complete the solution supporting embedded applications that use the PowerPC core in the Virtex-II Pro FPGA.
Adding the Microtec cross-compiler, assembler and linker complete the solution supporting the MPC8560 processor.
Taft participated in the development of the Ada Integrated Environment (AIE) for the Air Force, a commercial C cross-compiler (InterTools C), the Common APSE Interface Set (CAIS), and an Ada binding to SQL (SAME).
The Linux cross-compiler allows developers to build applications targeted for S/390 without having to face the steep learning curve and subtleties associated with that environment.
Features in NexusWare V6 include full TCP/IP development capabilities, SNMP support, a full set of development APIs, cross-compilers and debuggers, an optimized network layer, improved handling of nested interrupts, a single page caching layer and support for POSIX clock and timers.
GNU X-Tools(TM) enhanced tool suites, with cross-compilers, assemblers, debuggers, libraries, utilities, and more, include a comprehensive graphical IDE framework comprising code editors, source browsers, and debug features.
The major business focus of CoreTek is to offer the embedded software development tools including the embedded real-time operating systems, cross-compilers and debuggers, testing tools for embedded application software and integrated development environment.
Cross-Compilation and Target Management provides an intuitive process for selecting cross-compilers, communicating with the target board, and downloading and installing applications
The company's pioneering Spectra development system, XRAY Pro debug suite featuring the XRAY debugger, C and C++ cross-compilers, and VRTX RTOS are used to develop embedded applications for telecommunications, data communications, medical, transportation, industrial control and consumer electronics equipment.
The development environment features an extensive family of production-quality Ada compilers, cross-compilers, and related tools to allow programmers to debug, understand, tune, and deliver code.