Slitaz -- arm / mips / powerpc / sh4 / sparc



changeset 5987:8da46cc14f57
Add uclibc-cross-compiler
author Pascal Bellard
date Sat Aug 14 14:20:45 2010 +0200 (3 days ago)
parents f71157a571d0
children 8ee0c3ca610f
files uclibc-cross-compiler-armv4eb/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-armv4l/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-armv4tl/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-armv5l/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-armv6l/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-i486/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-mips/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-mips64/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-mipsel/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-powerpc-440fp/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-powerpc/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-sh4/receipt uclibc-cross-compiler-sparc/receipt


Aboriginal Linux: We cross compile so you don't have to.

--- What is it?

Aboriginal Linux provides virtual Linux images you can boot under QEMU,
within which you can compile and test any software you like.

The build scripts automatically create cross compilers and bootable system
images for various targets, such as arm, mips, powerpc, and x86. You can
download the resulting binaries from the website if you don't want to bother
compiling them yourself.

The system images provide minimal native development environments which you
can boot under an emulator (or on real hardware if you have it) to compile
code natively. This includes a full native compiler (for both C and C++),
and the (optional) ability to run the cross compiler on the host (via distcc)
to speed up the build without reqiring the packages you're building to
know anything about cross compiling.