Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Real world Programming practice: setting up dev environment
Real world Programming practice: setting up dev environment
From: Nathan Gray <sanguination_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 17:51:59 -0800
Had an idea here.
Imagine a tutorial type thing for a new programmer, college student in CS.
*This would include a simplified wrap up of the dev documentation for
setting up a dev environment on 'doz or linux box.
*and provide a walk through for doing simple things like:
-getting code into personal cvs from the sourceforge files
-making the build work
-checking it on the simulator
-checking simple debug information in case it doesn't work
-taking a build and turning it into a ucl file for flashing
-making a simple .rock file like the hello world
as a means to accomplish the following for the programmer:
*show them what is possible outside of the simple projects given by
*provide non overwhelming entry to doing embedded coding
1) What're your thoughts?
2) Would this kind of endeavor be worthwhile for anyone?
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Received on 2003-11-10