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GCC 6.1.0 arm-eabi for OS X El Capitan

This is GCC 6.1.0, rebuilt as a cross-compiler from Mac OS X to arm-eabi specifically,
  • the Cortex-M3 as found on the Arduino Due
  • the Cortex-M4 as found on the STMicroelectronics[2] STM32F4 Discovery and STM32F429I Discovery boards.

The compiler comes with no Ada Runtime System (RTS). See the Cortex GNAT Run Time Systems project for candidates.

From Simon Wright
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GNAT for FreeBSD/64 available (two options)

Now the entire FreeBSD Ports Ada framework is available on this soon-to-be-tier-1 platform. The existing gcc6-aux port (http://www.freshports.org/lang/gcc6-aux) was expanded to support aarch64.
From John R. Marino
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GNAT GPL 2016 arm-eabi for OS X El Capitan

  • This is GNAT GPL 2016, rebuilt as a cross-compiler from Mac OS X to arm-eabi.
  • The CPUs supported include cortex-m3, cortex-m4, cortex-r4.
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GnatDroid for Android-x86

  • The GNAT-to-Android/ARM cross-compiler known as GnatDroid-ARMv7 has been available on FreeBSD and DragonFly since even before it was officially supported in GCC.
  • I've produced a second cross-compiler, GnatDroid-x86 which targets the 32-bit Android/x86 platform.
  • The nice thing about Android/x86 is that it can be installed on a virtual machine like VirtualBox, so it can be easier to test programs without actual hardware as for GnatDroid-ARMv7.
  • GnatDroid is only available on FreeBSD and DragonFly BSD, although somebody could replicate the effort for other platforms if so desired: http://www.freshports.org/lang/gnatdroid-x86
  • -John (http://www.dragonlace.net/)
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GCC 5.2.1 arm-eabi for OS X El Capitan

  • This is GCC 5.2.1 for arm-eabi from GCC ARM Launchpad, tested on
  • the Cortex-M3 as found on the Arduino Due and the Cortex-M4 as
  • found on the STMicroelectronics STM32F4 Discovery and STM32F429I
  • Discovery boards.
  • Downloads on SourceForge, prepared by Simon Wright
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