will at coleda.com
Tue Feb 9 21:47:10 UTC 2010
On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 4:24 PM, Jonathan Leto <jaleto at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> If Parrot builds tools on the host require to build the target code there
>>> needs to be 2 separate sets of flags. Does it ? Typically HOST_CFLAGS
>>> handles the host and CFLAGS handles the target. This also goes for CC where
>>> HOST_CC handles the host compiler and CC is the target compiler.
>> We don't go out of our way to support cross-platform compilation at
>> the moment; we don't use HOST_CFLAGS; I /think/ there is a mechanism
>> to allow specifying a config file to be used instead of using the one
>> Configure.pl would build after probing your system. Can any parrot
>> porters who've done this (all 2 of you) jump in here?
>> Will "Coke" Coleda
> Let it be know that yes, we now *are* going out of our way to support
> cross-platform compilation. I am working on porting Parrot to two new
> 1) RTEMS - which is actually a whole slew of platforms
> 2) BUG - PokyLinux on ARM1136JF-S (ARMv6 RISC)
> Chris Johns did most of the work getting Parrot to use RTEMS
> cross-compile subsystem and I am working on integrating the necessary
> changes into the Parrot codebase.
> I know that these new platforms are not *officially* supported, but
> they are very high on my task list and I hope that with the help of
> some GSoC students this year, they will become officially supported in
> the near future.
> Jonathan "Duke" Leto
> jonathan at leto.net
Whoops. Forgot to read that in a marketing light. Yes. I only meant
that the tools we have don't currently make it amazingly easy for you.
Thanks for clarifying, Duke.
Will "Coke" Coleda
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