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  1. Help with hpgcc tutorial

    Hi, I am attempting to work with the Egan Ford hpgcc tutorial at -
    http://sense.net/~egan/hpgcc/#Extend...20-%20Part%201
    I have downloaded and mostly installed cygwin, the latest version.
    The obstacle I have reached is at step two of his installation
    instructions where it says to set up an icon for
    C:\cygwin\usr\X11R6\bin\startxwin.bat - I can find no startxwin.bat
    in that file. I have reinstalled twice just to be sure nothing "got
    lost".
    Next he says to set up an icon for
    Xterm: C:\cygwin\bin\run.exe -p /usr/X11R6/bin xterm -display
    127.0.0.1:0.0 -ls
    I have some basic familiarity with linux but this has me lost. BTW if
    I try to run run.exe it says it can't find cygwin1.dll.
    I have enough hp48 familiarity I can slug through the rest of the
    tutorial with, along with a friend who is a professional C
    programmer. Meanwhile I would appreciate any guidance on this
    particular bump in the road. Thanks in advance.
    Bill

  2. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    Did you select all packages (not the default).

    From the tutorial:

    Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    "Install".

    then

    Before clicking Next, verify that your dialog matches the snapshot
    above. I.e. All packages to be installed.

    If you are using the June 2008 version of this document then you will
    notice the Cygwin/X install has step-by-step, screenshot-by-screenshot
    instructions. Cygwin/X as of June 2008 worked this way.

    Are you running XP or Vista? I've heard that Cygwin has issues with
    Vista.

    Lastly, you can use the standard Windows method via hpgcc.org. The
    example code will compile the same. However, you will not have the
    ability to run HPAPINE (simulator) or GDB (debugger). HPAPINE was my
    motivation to use Cygwin/X. I cannot overstate the hours it has saved
    me.

    Good luck.

    P.S. if you get really desperate you can install VirtualBox (free) and
    CentOS (free) and then do all of this under Linux.

  3. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sep 18, 12:26*pm, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    > Did you select all packages (not the default).
    >
    > From the tutorial:
    >
    > Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    > "Install".
    >
    > then
    >
    > Before clicking Next, verify that your dialog matches the snapshot
    > above. *I.e. *All packages to be installed.
    >
    > If you are using the June 2008 version of this document then you will
    > notice the Cygwin/X install has step-by-step, screenshot-by-screenshot
    > instructions. *Cygwin/X as of June 2008 worked this way.


    Thanks, did all this, plus tried downloading from different mirror

    > Are you running XP or Vista? *I've heard that Cygwin has issues with
    > Vista.


    Tragically, Vista.


    > Lastly, you can use the standard Windows method via hpgcc.org. *The
    > example code will compile the same. *However, you will not have the
    > ability to run HPAPINE (simulator) or GDB (debugger). *HPAPINE was my
    > motivation to use Cygwin/X. *I cannot overstate the hours it has saved
    > me.
    >


    I would prefer to run it with HAPINE if that works best.


    > Good luck.


    Thank you. I gave it another shot. Came up with a huge package.
    Double-clicking on C:/cugwin/usr/X11R6/bin/XWin.exe tells me again it
    can't find cygwin1.dll although this does in fact live in C:/cygwin/
    bin.
    Any suggestions? I'd really like to get this going this way vs. the
    other options. Thank you greatly for your help.
    Bill
    >
    > P.S. if you get really desperate you can install VirtualBox (free) and
    > CentOS (free) and then do all of this under Linux

    ..
    Not yet...

  4. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sep 20, 4:07*pm, rein wrote:
    > On Sep 18, 12:26*pm, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:

    ....
    > > Are you running XP or Vista? *I've heard that Cygwin has issues with
    > > Vista.

    >
    > Tragically, Vista.

    ....
    > Thank you. *I gave it another shot. *Came up with a huge package.
    > Double-clicking on C:/cugwin/usr/X11R6/bin/XWin.exe tells me again it
    > can't find cygwin1.dll although this does in fact live in C:/cygwin/
    > bin.


    Copy cygwin1.dll to \windows\system32 and see if that helps. I do not
    generally recommend this, but its just a test.

    Sadly I do not have access to a Vista system to try.

  5. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sat, 20 Sep 2008 17:07:01 -0500, rein wrote:

    > Double-clicking on C:/cygwin/usr/X11R6/bin/XWin.exe tells me again
    > it can't find cygwin1.dll although this does in fact live in C:/cygwin/bin


    I don't use HPGCC, but I do use Cygwin.

    What if you set the "Start in" property of your Windows shortcut
    to the directory (...\cygwin\bin) which contains all the Cygwin DLLs?

    Any other "start in" gives me the same error as you get,
    but this particular "start in" gives no such initial error for me.

    Also, what's your PATH variable say?

    When I start a Cygwin shell (bash) then display my PATH:

    In Cygwin:
    PATH='/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32:...'

    In Windows (after running cmd.exe from bash):
    PATH=D:\cygwin\usr\local\bin;D:\cygwin\bin;D:\cygw in\usr\X11R6\bin;c:\WINDOWS\system32;...

    There are some Cygwin programs that I use
    which are not happy until that entire PATH is set up
    (bash sets it up on its own, it would appear,
    when I use the automatically installed "cygwin.bat" command file,
    or the command "bash --login" from within the cygwin\bin directory)

    -[ ]-

  6. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    [re Cygwin]

    Some articles about Cygwin on Vista concern how to install it:
    http://sysdigg.blogspot.com/2007/12/...ows-vista.html

    If that hurdle is passed, then a few other issues with running things:

    An xterm problem:
    http://aabrahamowicz.wordpress.com/2...ls-to-startup/

    "This seems to be an installer" problem (by top Cygwin maintainer):
    http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/Sho...iteID=1&mode=1

    But I didn't see a "can't find cygwin1.dll" problem.

    Meanwhile, I'm on XP, TG! ( if Vista, then OMG

    -[ ]-

  7. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sep 20, 6:07*pm, rein wrote:
    > On Sep 18, 12:26*pm, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    >
    > > Did you select all packages (not the default).

    >
    > > From the tutorial:

    >
    > > Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    > > "Install".

    >
    > > then

    >
    > > Before clicking Next, verify that your dialog matches the snapshot
    > > above. *I.e. *All packages to be installed.

    >
    > > If you are using the June 2008 version of this document then you will
    > > notice the Cygwin/X install has step-by-step, screenshot-by-screenshot
    > > instructions. *Cygwin/X as of June 2008 worked this way.

    >
    > Thanks, did all this, plus tried downloading from different mirror
    >
    > > Are you running XP or Vista? *I've heard that Cygwin has issues with
    > > Vista.

    >
    > Tragically, Vista.
    >
    > > Lastly, you can use the standard Windows method via hpgcc.org. *The
    > > example code will compile the same. *However, you will not have the
    > > ability to run HPAPINE (simulator) or GDB (debugger). *HPAPINE was my
    > > motivation to use Cygwin/X. *I cannot overstate the hours it has saved
    > > me.

    >
    > I would prefer to run it with HAPINE if that works best.
    >
    > > Good luck.

    >
    > Thank you. *I gave it another shot. *Came up with a huge package.
    > Double-clicking on C:/cugwin/usr/X11R6/bin/XWin.exe tells me again it
    > can't find cygwin1.dll although this does in fact live in C:/cygwin/
    > bin.
    > Any suggestions? *I'd really like to get this going this way vs. the
    > other options. *Thank you greatly for your help.
    > Bill
    >


    That is normal behavior. C:/cygwin/bin must be in the PATH environment
    variable when XWin.exe is run.
    The proper way to do this is to use C:/cygwin/usr/X11R6/bin/
    startxwin.bat

    If you are missing that file, you need to install the package "X-
    startup-scripts".

  8. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sep 22, 3:43*pm, username localhost
    wrote:
    > On Sep 20, 6:07*pm, rein wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Sep 18, 12:26*pm, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:

    >
    > > > Did you select all packages (not the default).

    >
    > > > From the tutorial:

    >
    > > > Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    > > > "Install".

    >
    > > > then

    >
    > > > Before clicking Next, verify that your dialog matches the snapshot
    > > > above. *I.e. *All packages to be installed.

    >
    > > > If you are using the June 2008 version of this document then you will
    > > > notice the Cygwin/X install has step-by-step, screenshot-by-screenshot
    > > > instructions. *Cygwin/X as of June 2008 worked this way.

    >
    > > Thanks, did all this, plus tried downloading from different mirror

    >
    > > > Are you running XP or Vista? *I've heard that Cygwin has issues with
    > > > Vista.

    >
    > > Tragically, Vista.

    >
    > > > Lastly, you can use the standard Windows method via hpgcc.org. *The
    > > > example code will compile the same. *However, you will not have the
    > > > ability to run HPAPINE (simulator) or GDB (debugger). *HPAPINE was my
    > > > motivation to use Cygwin/X. *I cannot overstate the hours it has saved
    > > > me.

    >
    > > I would prefer to run it with HAPINE if that works best.

    >
    > > > Good luck.

    >
    > > Thank you. *I gave it another shot. *Came up with a huge package.
    > > Double-clicking on C:/cugwin/usr/X11R6/bin/XWin.exe tells me again it
    > > can't find cygwin1.dll although this does in fact live in C:/cygwin/
    > > bin.
    > > Any suggestions? *I'd really like to get this going this way vs. the
    > > other options. *Thank you greatly for your help.
    > > Bill

    >
    > That is normal behavior. C:/cygwin/bin must be in the PATH environment
    > variable when XWin.exe is run.
    > The proper way to do this is to use C:/cygwin/usr/X11R6/bin/
    > startxwin.bat
    >
    > If you are missing that file, you need to install the package "X-
    > startup-scripts".


    Thanks, everyone. I'll work on it.
    Bill

  9. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Sep 18, 6:26*am, rein wrote:
    > Hi, I am attempting to work with the Egan Ford hpgcc tutorial at -http://sense.net/~egan/hpgcc

    ....

    I got access to a Vista machine today. Just follow the tutorial with
    the following Cygwin install exceptions:

    Step 1:

    1. When prompted for "package directory", change the default c:
    \windows\system32 to c:\whatever, not really necessary, but lets keep
    things clean.
    2. When prompted for compatibility, select "this program installed
    correctly"

    Step 2:

    Ignore the setup startx and xterm icon creation. For Vista (or any
    Windows) just use the "Start X-Server" icon on the desktop to "startx"
    and for an xterm use Start Menu/All Programs/Cygwin-X/xterm.

    I just did all of this and it works just fine. I also tested HPAPINE
    under Vista, no problems.

    I'll have the tutorial updated soon (I have many other updates as
    well).

  10. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On 18 Sep., 19:26, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    > Did you select all packages (not the default).
    >
    > From the tutorial:
    >
    > Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    > "Install".
    >


    i'm quite unhappy with the " All ==> Install " option for cygwin,
    because it installs 950MB of packages which i'll never use.

    could you please give a list of needed cygwin packages in order to run
    cygwin, X and hpgccapine successfully.

    thanks,
    tiwag

  11. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Oct 13, 7:06*am, tiwag wrote:
    > On 18 Sep., 19:26, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    >
    > > Did you select all packages (not the default).

    >
    > > From the tutorial:

    >
    > > Click on the symbol between "All" and "Default" to change "Default" to
    > > "Install".

    >
    > i'm quite unhappy with the * " All ==> Install " option for cygwin,
    > because it installs 950MB of packages which i'll never use.
    >
    > could you please give a list of needed cygwin packages in order to run
    > cygwin, X and hpgccapine successfully.
    >
    > thanks,
    > tiwag


    I'll document the exact steps for the next update (sometime next
    month). For now you just need gcc, X11, and GTK. With some effort
    GTK can be dropped.

  12. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On 13 Okt., 15:41, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    >
    > I'll document the exact steps for the next update (sometime next
    > month). *For now you just need gcc, X11, and GTK. *With some effort
    > GTK can be dropped.


    thanks for the info,
    i managed it to get it running with minimal requirements

    additional to the above a library called "pango" was necessary.

    thanks,
    tiwag

  13. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial


    another issue with the supplied arm-elf-gcc from your hpgcc.tgz
    package

    the hpgccenv script sets the HPGCC environment variable to a cygwin-
    styled
    path, but the arm-elf-gcc doesn't like this path format. it seems,
    that it only
    works with a DOS styled format in order to find include and library
    pathes.


    see log from the bash:


    ~/hpgcc/test $ make clean
    rm -f *.o
    rm -f *.hp
    rm -f *.exe

    ############################################ dos-style
    ##########################################

    ~/hpgcc/test $ echo $HPGCC
    I:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2

    ~/hpgcc/test $ make hello.hp
    arm-elf-gcc -mtune=arm920t -mcpu=arm920t -mlittle-endian -fomit-frame-
    pointer -m
    soft-float -Wall -Os -II:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/include -LI:/
    cygwin_tiwag/hp
    gcc/2.0SP2/lib -mthumb-interwork -mthumb -c hello.c
    arm-elf-ld -LI:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/lib -T VCld.script I:/
    cygwin_tiwag/hpg
    cc/2.0SP2/lib/crt0.o hello.o -lhpg -lhplib -lgcc -o hello.exe
    elf2hp hello.exe hello.hp
    rm hello.o hello.exe

    ################################################## ###########################################
    OK

    ~/hpgcc/test $ make clean
    rm -f *.o
    rm -f *.hp
    rm -f *.exe

    ~/hpgcc/test $ cd ..
    ~/hpgcc $ . hpgccenv

    ~/hpgcc $ cd test

    ######################################### cygwin-style
    ##########################################

    ~/hpgcc/test $ echo $HPGCC
    /cygdrive/i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2

    ~/hpgcc/test $ make hello.hp
    arm-elf-gcc -mtune=arm920t -mcpu=arm920t -mlittle-endian -fomit-frame-
    pointer -m
    soft-float -Wall -Os -I/cygdrive/i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/include -
    L/cygdrive
    /i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/lib -mthumb-interwork -mthumb -c hello.c
    hello.c:1:21: error: hpgcc49.h: No such file or directory
    hello.c: In function 'main':
    hello.c:5: warning: implicit declaration of function 'clear_screen'
    hello.c:6: warning: implicit declaration of function 'printf'
    hello.c:6: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in
    function 'prin
    tf'
    hello.c:7: error: 'WAIT_CANCEL' undeclared (first use in this
    function)
    hello.c:7: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
    hello.c:7: error: for each function it appears in.)
    make: *** [hello.o] Error 1

    ################################################## #########################################
    ERROR




    this could be confusing for beginners ...

  14. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Oct 14, 3:13*am, tiwag wrote:
    > another issue with the supplied arm-elf-gcc from your hpgcc.tgz
    > package
    >
    > the hpgccenv script sets the HPGCC environment variable to a cygwin-
    > styled
    > path, but the arm-elf-gcc doesn't like this path format. it seems,
    > that it only
    > works with a DOS styled format in order to find include and library
    > pathes.
    >
    > see log from the bash:
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ make clean
    > rm -f *.o
    > rm -f *.hp
    > rm -f *.exe
    >
    > ############################################ dos-style
    > ##########################################
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ echo $HPGCC
    > I:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ make hello.hp
    > arm-elf-gcc -mtune=arm920t -mcpu=arm920t -mlittle-endian -fomit-frame-
    > pointer -m
    > soft-float -Wall -Os -II:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/include -LI:/
    > cygwin_tiwag/hp
    > gcc/2.0SP2/lib -mthumb-interwork -mthumb *-c hello.c
    > arm-elf-ld -LI:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/lib -T VCld.script I:/
    > cygwin_tiwag/hpg
    > cc/2.0SP2/lib/crt0.o *hello.o -lhpg -lhplib -lgcc -o hello.exe
    > elf2hp hello.exe hello.hp
    > rm hello.o hello.exe
    >
    > ################################################## ###########################################
    > OK
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ make clean
    > rm -f *.o
    > rm -f *.hp
    > rm -f *.exe
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ cd ..
    > ~/hpgcc $ . hpgccenv
    >
    > ~/hpgcc $ cd test
    >
    > ######################################### cygwin-style
    > ##########################################
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ echo $HPGCC
    > /cygdrive/i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2
    >
    > ~/hpgcc/test $ make hello.hp
    > arm-elf-gcc -mtune=arm920t -mcpu=arm920t -mlittle-endian -fomit-frame-
    > pointer -m
    > soft-float -Wall -Os -I/cygdrive/i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/include -
    > L/cygdrive
    > /i/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/lib -mthumb-interwork -mthumb *-c hello.c
    > hello.c:1:21: error: hpgcc49.h: No such file or directory
    > hello.c: In function 'main':
    > hello.c:5: warning: implicit declaration of function 'clear_screen'
    > hello.c:6: warning: implicit declaration of function 'printf'
    > hello.c:6: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in
    > function 'prin
    > tf'
    > hello.c:7: error: 'WAIT_CANCEL' undeclared (first use in this
    > function)
    > hello.c:7: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
    > hello.c:7: error: for each function it appears in.)
    > make: *** [hello.o] Error 1
    >
    > ################################################## #########################################
    > ERROR
    >
    > this could be confusing for beginners ...


    Looks like you are using drive I:

    Edit hpgccenv, change /cygdrive/c to /cygdrive/i

    I'll fix it in next doc update.

  15. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    datajerk@gmail.com wrote:

    >
    > Looks like you are using drive I:
    > Edit hpgccenv, change /cygdrive/c to /cygdrive/i
    > I'll fix it in next doc update.


    I encountered the same problem and I was using drive C:

  16. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On Oct 14, 12:59*pm, "Paul F. Sehorne" wrote:
    > dataj...@gmail.com wrote:
    >
    > > Looks like you are using drive I:
    > > Edit hpgccenv, change /cygdrive/c to /cygdrive/i
    > > I'll fix it in next doc update.

    >
    > I encountered the same problem and I was using drive C:


    Wonderful. Cygwin probably changed again. Ok, help me out here, I
    need to know:

    1. OS version
    2. When did you download hpgcc.tgz
    3. What does your hpgccenv look like
    4. The output of the following commands:

    cd ~/hpgcc
    .. hpgccenv (thats DOT SPACE hpgccenv)
    echo $HPGCC
    echo $PWD

  17. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    datajerk@gmail.com wrote:

    > I need to know:
    >
    > 1. OS version
    > 2. When did you download hpgcc.tgz
    > 3. What does your hpgccenv look like
    > 4. The output of the following commands:
    >
    > cd ~/hpgcc
    > . hpgccenv (thats DOT SPACE hpgccenv)
    > echo $HPGCC
    > echo $PWD


    OS Version: W2K SP4 5.00.2195
    Downloaded hpcgcc.tgz 08/31/2008
    hpgccenv NOW looks like the following:
    ===== begin hpgccenv =============
    # PFS: I reversed the order of the PATH in the following line
    export PATH=$PWD/2.0SP2/bin:$PATH
    if pwd | grep cygdrive >/dev/null 2>&1
    then
    export HPGCC=$PWD/2.0SP2
    export HPGCC=\"${HPGCC##/cygdrive/c}\"
    else
    export HPGCC=$PWD/2.0SP2
    fi

    # PFS: Had to provide the complete path from the root of C:
    # PFS: The compiler did not work with only the path from
    # PFS: virtual root of the Unix like environment
    # PFS: /Programming is at C:\Programming
    export HPGCC=/Programming/cygwin$PWD/2.0SP2
    export HPAPINEROOT=$PWD/2.0SP2-hpapine
    ====== end of hpgccenv ============

    echo $PWD = /home/Paul/hpgcc
    Output of . hpgccenv = no ouput at all
    echo $HPGCC before running hpgccenv = C:\Programming\HPGCC
    echo $HPGCC after running hpgccenv =
    /Programming/cygwin/home/Paul/hpgcc/2.0SP2

    Paul

  18. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On 14 Okt., 19:58, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    >
    > Looks like you are using drive I:
    >
    > Edit hpgccenv, change /cygdrive/c to /cygdrive/i
    >
    > I'll fix it in next doc update.


    thanks datajerk, your suggestion works fine.

    echo $HPGCC now delivers
    "/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2"

    i've downloaded your hpgcc.tgz at beginning of Oct. 2008.


    conclusion
    now i understood, that the arm-elf-gcc include path don't want the
    prefix "/cygdrive/whateverdrive" in order to work ok. i missed this
    with my experiments, therefore i came to the solution with the dos-
    styled path.
    wired


    --
    tiwag

  19. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    On 14 Okt., 19:58, "dataj...@gmail.com" wrote:
    > Looks like you are using drive I:
    > Edit hpgccenv, change /cygdrive/c to /cygdrive/i
    > I'll fix it in next doc update.


    additionally your solution does not work, if you have installed cygwin
    and the arm-elf-gcc compiler on another drive than you want to compile
    a source file.

    e.g. my configuration:

    what install-path (top-level)

    cygwin system I:/cygwin
    user-home-dir I:/cygwin_tiwag
    arm-elf-gcc I:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2/bin
    hp projects D:/HP50/devel


    with the include-path for hpgcc which is set by your hpgccenv script
    (HPGCC="/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/2.0SP2") you can compile the samples
    installed on drive I: (e.g. in I:/cygwin_tiwag/hpgcc/test/hello.c )
    but you can't compile anything on drive D: (e.g. D:/HP50/devel/math/
    filter/dsp2coef/dsp2coef.c )

    --
    tiwag

  20. Re: Help with hpgcc tutorial

    here is a modified hpgccenv which works with all my different
    source locations and cygwin installed somewhere.


    ###############################################
    ##
    ## hpgccenv
    ##

    export PATH=$PATH:$PWD/2.0SP2/bin

    HPGCCBASEPATH=$(cygpath -m $PWD)

    export HPGCC=$HPGCCBASEPATH/2.0SP2
    export HPAPINEROOT=$HPGCCBASEPATH/2.0SP2-hpapine

    ## debug
    #echo HPGCCBASEPATH=$HPGCCBASEPATH
    #echo HPGCC=$HPGCC
    #echo HPAPINEROOT=$HPAPINEROOT

    ##
    ###############################################


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    tiwag

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