Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: coLinux development environment
Re: coLinux development environment
From: Bluechip <csbluechip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 10:58:27 +0000
I'm curious ...will it compile the win32sim? If not, could it be made to?
If so, then [OT] I can scrap cygwin for all my PC development :)
One useful tip - I really do highly recommend that when considering
compression, especially on files of X-hundred MB ...give serious
consideration to the "7-zip" algorithm ( 7-zip.org iirc) ...it's all
GPL/source-forge etc ...and is a real, live, released and maintained project.
Just to clear up any misconceptions you MAY have ...7-zip is a NEW
compression algorithm which beats b-zip hands down. It will make a
win32 self-extracting archive at almost no cost, so no "user can't
decompress" fears, and (just for fun?) 7-zip will generate (if
requested) a "gzip compatable file" which is smaller than that which
gzip itself could make :)
Sounds like just the thing to replace The existing DevKit. :)
>i prefer to use colinux instead of cygwin on my windows box so i have
>made a hdd image which is ready to compile for the m68k targets..
>compressed its about 150mb..
>so, firstly, would other ppl want this as an alternative to cygwin,
>and can rb.org host the hdd image?
>if yes to both, then ill add support for all the other targets and
>upload the image to the web somewhere...
>just a comparison.. cygwin on my POS took 8+ min to do a full compile
>to h300.. cl took 4 min
Received on 2006-03-13