[Loadstone] setting up a development environment for ls

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Mon Aug 13 01:39:39 BST 2007

We currently build Loadstone under linux as Shane said. I think this is 
probably a lot easier than using windows. If you really want the complete 
development environment then contact me off list and I'll tell you where to 
download the entire kit and how to set it up. You can set it up your self 
but that takes quite a while and there's glitches to work out.

On Sun, 12 Aug 2007, Hasan Karahasan wrote:

> Hello again,
> what environment do I need to compile ls? Reading through nokia's
> information I get confused a little bit. I am familiar with linux, c,
> setting up compilers and so on. They always recommend carbide. But is this
> screenreader aware? Can't it be done using gcc on the command line? Is there
> any precompiled build chain for arm? Can I cross-compile under windows using
> cygwin or should I rather access a native linux box?
> Maybe some of the developers here can tell a fiew words about this issue.
> Thanks
> Hasan
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