This has been done on Linux and Mac OS X. At this time, the PowerPC toolchain does not work on Windows.
The target is powerpc-elf. So, you have to build binutils and gcc for this target. First, build and install binutils. Then, compile gcc.
It has been tested with the following versions :
make all install
tar zxvf gcc….tgz)
../gcc-x.x.x/configure –enable-languages=c –target=powerpc-elf –disable-libssp –without-headers –with-gnu-as –with-gnu-ld –with-newlib
make. This may fail. But most of the time, it fails during the tests so that you can install it even if the compile step fail.
make configurein the top directory of POK. If the toolchain is installed, it should print an appropriate message.