AW: Native Compilation at at
Fri Jan 11 18:38:37 CET 2008

what kind of linux you use?

>----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----
>Von: kheimerl at
>Datum: 11.01.2008 07:57
>An: <device-owners at>
>Betreff: Native Compilation
>Hello device owners!
>I've been working on cross compiling a particular software 
package, and
>that's working just fine with the tools and direction given by the 
>However, there's a python API it presents, which requires 
compiling a python
>module. This, I cannot seem to get working, and i've been 
struggling for a
>while. I understand this to be a limitation of python, as most of 
>reading I've found says it's really difficult to cross compile.  I 
>feel I'm at the level to modify the script enough to 
cross compile
>correctly, and so I am at an impasse.
>I decided to investigate compiling natively, as a solution to 
this. Python
>is installed, so that stage should be easy. Likewise, there is a 
GCC package
>in the repository, so the C portion shouldn't be difficult either. 
>there seems to be no assembler (as) in the repository at all. This 
>like nonsense, though the linker (LD) is missing as well. Why is 
this? Have
>I just been unable to find these programs?

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