Posts Tagged “porting”
My goal during the last HelenOS Camp
was to bring QEMU into mainline.
Unfortunately, due to some issues with the to-be-merged code I had
to abandon this effort and start thinking whether we are porting POSIX
applications to HelenOS the right way.
This is just a short update on what is new in HelenOS coastline.
Briefly the following: parallel builds, archiving, binutils
and status matrix of what is buildable on different platforms.
As I promised yesterday,
here is the post summarizing what needs
to be done in order to have GCC running in HelenOS as a native
I have another progress report about my efforts to bring GCC to run
It can be summarized in three words.
It runs. Somehow.
I am still trying to bring
GCC to HelenOS
but the truth is that I haven't made a big progress since my
However, I promised another script that would simplify the porting
I am not 100% sure it simplifies it that much but it makes the whole
process much easier to reproduce.
Let me introduce the HelenOS coastline.
I described my effort to bring GCC to HelenOS.
This post briefly summarizes porting of yet another GCC dependency:
It comes a bit late as the progress was already reported on last
HelenOS meeting but the meeting report did not contain the actual
commands, so here are they.
Compiling GCC to run inside HelenOS is for quite some time on the
ToDo list of HelenOS.
I decided to give it a try and if you want to follow what I did so
far, carry on reading.