Special compiler versions for cross-compiling
If a GNU compiler is used for cross-compiling, it often has a special name, like
arm-linux-gcc instead of
The installer of Coco creates compiler wrappers for every GNU compiler found on the system. A cross-compiler may reside in a non-standard directory, where it might not be found by the Coco installer.
If a compiler configuration is missing, the following can be done:
coveragescannerto the file
For example, on Microsoft® Windows, this would be something like:
C:\Program Files\squishcoco>copy coveragescanner.exe csarm-linux-gcc.exe
- Copy the profile
C:\Program Files\squishcoco>copy gcc.cspro arm-linux-gcc.cspro
The new GNU cross-compiler
cs<compiler> can now be used. It instruments the code and then calls <compiler> for compilation.
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