[kaffe] cross compiling intrp mode on arm
robilad at kaffe.org
Mon Aug 6 04:43:44 PDT 2007
S K wrote:
> --- gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org wrote:
>> On Monday 06 August 2007 08:22, S K wrote:
>>> I am trying to cross compile for arm on a 686 machine. If I do not
>>> '--disable-gtk-peer' in the config, I run into this error during the config
>>> checking for XTestQueryExtension in -lXtst... no
>>> configure: error: libXtst NOT found, required for GdkRobot
>>> Googling for the error brought me to
>>> both of which says that gtk-peers has to be disabled. Since these posts
>>> were at least a yr or more old, I was wondering if anything has changed.
>>> Has anyone been able to cross compile awt support for arm?
>> The usual solution for this is simply to install the appropriate headers.
>> They are usually in a package libxtst-dev or something similar if you're
>> using a GNU/Linux distribution. However, I don't know if this are available
>> on the arm platform you're working on, so the better solution might be to
>> disable the Gtk+ peers, at least for a first go.
> I do have libxtst-dev installed on my Ubuntu 686 machine on which I am cross-compiling. So a
> normal kaffe make works but since I have not been able to find out how to get the libxtst for arm,
> I guess I am stuck for now.
Yeah, you need the dependencies for the target. You could cross-compile
them yourself, if you are not using a distribution they are already a
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