[kaffe] porting cross compiled kaffe to other plattform?
phamvanthuanbk at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 14 08:11:53 PDT 2006
I considered ARM9.
In this context, porting means i want to run kaffe in this KIT and run a
java application on it (HelloWorld for example).
Recently, I cross compiled kaffe 1.1.7 for Linux/Arm and copy all of
installed file to USB, plug to USB port in this kit and run HelloWorld
I hope to intergrate kaffe code with linux kernel and compile one time. I
think it's more convenient. Do you have any ideas for this solution?
Dalibor Topic wrote:
> thuanpv wrote:
>>I'm wondering the way to port kaffe to a development KIT (ARM/Linux for
> Hi thuanpv,
>>I cross compiled kaffe successfully for ARM chip (with build system is
>>i686/Linux and host system is ARM/Linux) and now i want to port this to
>>AT9200 kit (with ARM CPU and Linux OS). After cross compiling, i have a
>>of files, what should i do to port these file to AT9200 KIT and run kaffe
>>1. Can i port all file to KIT? if yes, what should i do?
> Could you explain what a KIT is? It looks like an acronym, but I'm not
> sure. AT9200 is an Atmel
> ARM7, right?
>>2. Do i have to make an unique file (.BIN for example because when my
>>friends port Linux OS to AT9200, they have to make only one file .BIN,
>>that loading this file to KIT)
> Could you explain what a .BIN file is? I assume it's some kind of binary
> archive? Like a .tar file?
>>I have read some topic and also documentation about porting kaffe to other
>>plattform on www.kaffe.org but this document only guide to way to modify
>>some element on kaffe code, not the way to port an cross compiled kaffe
>>distribution to other plattform.
> I'm not quite sure what porting means in the context of your
> requirements. Do you mean how to
> create a binary that works on all arm CPUs with linux? Or are you trying
> to port Kaffe to a specific
> Atmel ARM core and want to make modifications to support it?
> dalibor topic
> kaffe mailing list
> kaffe at kaffe.org
View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/porting-cross-compiled-kaffe-to-other-platform--tf2135138.html#a6307987
Sent from the kaffe general forum at Nabble.com.
More information about the kaffe