[kaffe] Kaffe for OpenWRT

Richard Brady rphbrady at gmail.com
Sun Oct 16 18:54:24 PDT 2005

I've had fun this weekend installing Ubuntu on an old 10GB drive. I'm
guessing Dalibor was joking about that particular Linux flavour but it's
fine for a noob like me. Had to install a couple of extra packages
(bison/flex/etc) to get the toolchain compiling but it was pretty
So Michael, what's my next step? The OpenWrt docs are saying I need to write
a Makefile and Config.in <http://Config.in> for the new ipkg but as I don't
really need it packaged up, is there a simpler way to get it cross
compiling? Can I edit the kaffe configure script to use the mipsel compiler?

 On 10/14/05, Michael Koch <konqueror at gmx.de> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 07:04:57PM +0200, Dalibor Topic wrote:
> > Richard Brady wrote:
> > > I grabbed 1.1.4 from www.controlap.com <http://www.controlap.com> <
> http://www.controlap.com> but it
> > > is giving me "wrong name" errors regarding the LocaleInformation
> classes
> > > of the type '_EN' not '_en'. I'm not at home now so I don't have the
> > > exact message to hand. Also I'll need the xml classes which aren't in
> > > the ControlAP build.
> > >
> > > My main problem with building the source is that... cover your eyes..
> I
> > > don't have a Linux box. ;)
> >
> > https://shipit.ubuntu.com/ can fix that :)
> >
> > More seriously, though, I don't know how hard it is to cross compile
> > openWRT, so I can't say how much work setting up the toolchains would
> > be. In general, once you have the build environment set up,
> > cross-compiling kaffe should not be very hard.
> Download OpenWRT's buildroot environment, make menuconfig (same as
> linux kernel), make world, DONE.
> Cheers,
> Michael
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