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Subject: Re: developing rockbox and updating patches

Re: developing rockbox and updating patches

From: pondlife <pondlife_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 08:12:18 +0100

> I am using cygwin on windows. So it takes me about 15 minutes to build
> rockbox when compiling.
> If I am just editing a couple of files what is the best way to do this?

make is the only way. If you have multiple CPUs (or multiple cores) then
make -j will speed this up.

> And how do I do that?
> All I am doing is the following:
> 1. Open main_menu.c
> 2 I arrow around through the code and I also use the find function in my
> text editor.
> 3. I add my code.
> 4. I save.
> 5 I open english.lang.
> 6. I arrow around a bit and I use the find function in my text editor.
> 7. Once I have found the spot where my code should go I add my code
> there. All I did was fill in the disk size voice string.

Maybe your editor is converting spaces to tabs? We don't use tabs in
Rockbox.

-- 
pondlife
Received on 2007-08-02

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