Rockbox mail archiveSubject: ** Rockbox DevKit v3.14 Released - New: ARM/iPod support **
** Rockbox DevKit v3.14 Released - New: ARM/iPod support **
From: Bluechip <csbluechip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 20:56:54 +0000
As you may or may not know, Rockbox is being ported over to the iPods.
Thanks to help from linuxstb, version 3.14 of the Cyborg Systems Windows
DevKit for Rockbox now supports the compilation of arm code.
As ever the installer is fool-proof, decompress the self-extracting archive
and run SETUP (no questions to answer) and you have a full Rockbox
development environment installed and ready to use.
This is the ideal solution if you want to play with the Rockbox code and
don't want the hassle or massiveness of a Full Cygwin Install. Even with
compilers for Archos (SH1), iRiver (M68K) and iPod (ARM) the complete
installer is only 13MB
Once installed, the DevKit will consume only 69MB of your hard-drive (v3.15
will only consume 32MB of hard drive - watch this space) ...A full Cygwin
install currently comes in at about 550MB depending on the options you
choose from the 30 (or so) pages of choices offered by the installer.
The Cyborg Systems Windows DevKit for Rockbox version 3.14 can be
Beginners Guide to CVS:
Bluechip, Cyborg Systems
Received on 2005-11-16