Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: sh-elf-objcopy creates _large_ archos.bin output
From: Matthias Wächter (matthias_at_waechter.wiz.at)
On Sat, 7 Sep 2002, Linus Nielsen Feltzing wrote:
> > (Then maybe we should note this in the docs explicitly)
Hmmm. When you download a tool stating it needed Win32s for proper
My interpretation of docs' versioning is as follows:
a) The docs say: Use 'linux'
--> Means: Take the latest release (of the best OS. :-)
b) The docs say: Use 'linux v2.0.12'
--> Means: Take the latest release but at least v2.0.12
c) The docs say: Use 'linux v2.0.12' but not newer because they introduce
--> Means: Take v2.0.12 and be happy or find out what causes trouble,
c1) The docs say: Use 'linux v2.0.12' but not newer because they introduce
--> Means: Just like _c1_ but makes debugging the problem a lot
d) The docs say: Use linux up to v2.0.12 or v2.2.0 upwards
--> Means: Somehow a bug was introduced after v2.0.12 which was removed
> You are very welcome to try to figure out what the problem might be,
OK, but the first conclusion is to do _c_ in the docs (or even better with
> Why do you call it an 'intermediate' solution? That version works,
For Rockbox, of course, that's _the_ solution. The term 'intermediate' was
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