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


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