[Shr-Devel] New program: Timeoko
frederik.sdun at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 14 02:13:35 CET 2010
* Esben Damgaard <maillist at hvemder.dk> [13.01.2010 10:46]:
> Frederik Sdun skrev:
> >does this really work for cross compiling? Maybe you should use
> >autotools, which are quite easy and makes it even easier for cross
> I know it looks odd, but it works fine. I successfully built a
> package under shr-unstable and installed it on the freerunner. I've
> never really got to learn autotools, and every time I tries to, it
> seems the tutorials want to teach to much. The manual is also just
> too much for me. I'll try to find a "autotools for dummies" and see
> if I can learn it.
> >Instead of dynamic object you can use libfso-glib and instead
> >using handcrafted paths and busnames you can use libfsoframework's
> >paths .
> >Why did you add the libeflvala vapi to your project? Are there any
> >update/tweak you want to share? libeflvala doesn't make much
> >progress, but if you have any diffs, feel free to send them to
> >smartphones-userland at linuxtogo.org
> ><mailto:smartphones-userland at linuxtogo.org>.
> No diffs. It's simply an easy way to make it easy to compile. I can
> just ./compile and it's compiled for my cpu. Do it through the shr
> build environment and bitbake and you get it for arm. I'm not that
> experienced in crosscompiling, and this "just works".
> >our docs: http://docs.freesmartphone.org/
> >if you're reading this just in time, you might miss the
> >Notification API. This should be there soon, and it seems to be
> >only a small interface with one method.
> I'll see if it's something I can use.
just take a look at our repositories. Interesting files: configure.ac
Makefile.am autogen.sh. autotools makes it even easier to crosscompile
and check depencies.
If you have some problems just ask.
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