Subject: Re: [boost] [Signals] Build problem on Linux / ARM with GCC 3.4.4
From: Tobias Oberstein (tobias.oberstein_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-09-22 19:28:44
> Perhaps you can host a regular testing site for that platform? I am
> not sure exactly how to do this but I assume it's a fairly
> straight-forward installation, and it would let us see the failures
> throughout development, not after a release is out.
I'm not sure what "host a regular testing platform" would mean.
What is needed as a dev env for Nokia internet tablets - generally
Maemo based devices - is something like this:
- Ubuntu 7.10 or 8.04 (other distros might work, but those are Nokia
supported) on x86
- Scratchbox / QEmu + CodeSourcery ARM GCC toolchain
- Maemo OS roostraps
- Maemo SDK
You can get all this as a VMware image I think. I'm running under
VirtualBox / MacOSX.
If boost.org has a developer Ubuntu-x86 server box somewhere, I could
setup a build env as some kind of tinderbox.
I currently can't host such a beast, since my servers are running
On the other hand, setting up such thing is really some work and there
are only 2 probs left (currently).
> Emil Dotchevski
> Reverge Studios, Inc.
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