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(Category) (Category) eCos FAQ :
Installing the eCos distribution
Installing the eCos distribution onto your development workstation
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(Category) Installing on Windows
(Category) Installing on Linux
(Category) Building the GNU development tools

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(Answer) What is anonymous CVS?

(Category) (Category) eCos FAQ : (Category) Installing the eCos distribution :
Installing on Windows
Questions about installing eCos on Windows development hosts
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Installing on Linux
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(Category) (Category) eCos FAQ : (Category) Installing the eCos distribution :
Building the GNU development tools
Info about building and installing the GNU development tools (GCC, GDB, and the GNU binary utilities, etc.)
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(Answer) (Category) eCos FAQ : (Category) Installing the eCos distribution :
What is anonymous CVS?

CVS is the source code control system used to manage the eCos sources (and the sources for other projects at sourceware.org). The anonymous CVS service at ecos.sourceware.org allows net developers to get hold of an up-to-date set of eCos sources, without having to wait for the next full release of the system. These sources may include new functionality and fixes to various problems. The disadvantage of anoncvs sources compared with full releases is that the latter are given a full QA cycle, whereas there is no guarantee that the anoncvs sources will even build at any one time.


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