I am trying to figure out how exactly the C/C++ compilers are going to interpret my source when typing up source in C/C++ for the BeagleV-Ahead.
So far, I have come to understand a bit…
Now, that is for gcc for compilation time. Would I need to set the ABI at all if putting forth Risc-V source via C/C++?
I am not even sure if I am makin’ sense right now. I read and get hints only.
So, hints and my comprehension of hints are a bit discouraging so far…
- Oh! The debug cable CP2102 works well for the BeagleV-Ahead.
- And…the debug cable for the BeagleV-Fire I found, also works on the BeagleV-Ahead. Probably, both have the Silicon Labs chipset on them…guessing here!
So, in hindsight, RISC-V may be what I desire for programming these days but I need to understand more.
Are there any groups around the beagleboard.org BeagleV-Ahead showing promise of disclosing any data involving this four-core board?
P.S. Anyway, let this brother know! See, this is what I think. Without particular commands at compilation time or within a Makefile, I am leaving out very important data to compile into the source desired.
For instance, did people at beagleboard.org make it so that when I compile C/C++ source on the board itself, no compiler data or linkage is needed?
For another instance, I see here, Compiling C/C++ Code for RISC-V , there is a good explanation of what
should take place when compiling…
Is this institution allowing simplistic programming techniques without the need for compiler flags and toolchain specifics for the specified BeagleV-Ahead? Testing will ensue!