Talk:Building a hello world application

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Thanks Talpa for this nice tutorial ! --[[User:Micktaiwan|Micktaiwan]] July 17 2007
 
Thanks Talpa for this nice tutorial ! --[[User:Micktaiwan|Micktaiwan]] July 17 2007
  
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So what is actually the problem with not using bitbake? This doesn't actually say anything!
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So what is actually the problem with not using bitbake? These docs don't actually say anything!
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Talpa, this is a great tutorial. Thanks!
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Shouldn't step 4 refer to GTK?
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[[User:MichaelShiloh|MichaelShiloh]] November 13, 2007
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This page is good! - but it should be tidied up. I got here linked from MokoMakefile, but this page is more GTK centric.
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The GTK specific info could perhaps be extracted into a [[Developing with C and GTK]] (following the pattern of [[Developing with C++ and Qt]])
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and this page could be left with just a "how to compile your first hello.c as a openembedded-package using MokoMakefile?
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Thanks Talpa for this nice tutorial ! --Micktaiwan July 17 2007


So what is actually the problem with not using bitbake? These docs don't actually say anything!


Talpa, this is a great tutorial. Thanks! Shouldn't step 4 refer to GTK? MichaelShiloh November 13, 2007


This page is good! - but it should be tidied up. I got here linked from MokoMakefile, but this page is more GTK centric. The GTK specific info could perhaps be extracted into a Developing with C and GTK (following the pattern of Developing with C++ and Qt) and this page could be left with just a "how to compile your first hello.c as a openembedded-package using MokoMakefile?

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Thanks Talpa for this nice tutorial ! --Micktaiwan July 17 2007

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So what is actually the problem with not using bitbake? This doesn't actually say anything!