Public build host (proposal)
quick_dudley at yahoo.co.nz
Fri Jul 25 01:08:07 CEST 2008
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Jay Vaughan wrote:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">> I don't
> have any objections to having a c compiler 'on board' with me
>> all the time...
> Me either! In fact I find it a very easy way to get started with
> OpenMoko development without having all the drudgery of setting up a
> cross-toolchain and all the other cruft associated with it.
>> IIRC I can 'dpkg install gcc' on the FreeRunner, and also 'dpkg
>> install openmokoui-2.0-dev'?
> s/dpkg/opkg/, sure.
> Here's what I did to set up my Freerunner to compile the bling project
> opkg install binutils binutils-dev libc6-dev libcairo-dev
> linux-libc-headers-dev gcc cpp cpp-symlinks g++ g++-symlinks
> gcc-symlinks libstdc++-dev libmokoui2-dev librsvg-2-gtk-dev
> librsvg-2-dev make make-dev
> Jay Vaughan
This is a vast relief. With the demise of my laptop I'll be depending on
my freerunner for compiling stuff.
Also: the openmoko toolchain: why is it only distributed as binary!? I
have the source code for GCC, Binutils, etc, but their configure scripts
don't seem to like --target=ARM-Linux-guneabi - tips anyone?
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