OpenMoko development environment (was: Re: Built in PIM app source?)
iamwil at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 16:48:25 CET 2007
I usually don't like to chime in with a "me too" post, but in this case, I
guess I'd like to emphasize interest. I'm a developer, though I don't have
specific experience with embedded linux platforms, so I'm unable to put all
the details together on how one goes from source to fun-on-neo1973.
I would also like to see some type of tutorial for a 'hello world' on the
neo, or if there's an emulator available right now, it'd be nice to play
On 1/20/07, Rodolphe Ortalo <rodolphe.ortalo at free.fr> wrote:
> Is there a usable emulator for the environment too?
> Btw, once the openmoko-specific source code is available, how will it be
> available (as an extension of openembedded?)?
> Are there any details somewhere on how we will be supposed to start
> developping new applications and test them (in an emulator for
> convenience if possible)?
> Sorry if some of these questions look simplistic for an experienced
> mobile phone developper... (I am not one evidently.)
> Le vendredi 19 janvier 2007 à 12:55 -0800, michael at michaelshiloh.com a
> écrit :
> > On Thu, 18 Jan 2007, Koen Kooi wrote:
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> > > Mark McClellan schreef:
> > >> Thanks Koen,
> > >>
> > >> I'll start looking at the backend. Of course my next question will
> > >> how do I setup a dev environmnet for openmoko? But i'll wait on that
> > >> since it's been asked 100 times so far on the list :)
> > >
> > > Follow the instructions on http://openembedded.org, MACHINE=ep93xx,
> DISTRO=generic should
> > > build compatible binaries.
> > > Developers: you have the chance get used to the build system *right
> now*, so use it.
> > Excellent! Thanks Koen. This will be my project for the weekend. My
> first Neo
> > 1973 app!
> > Michael
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