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# Developing a single application
 
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== Developing a single application ==
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For this, you should use a prebuilt toolchain from the OpenMoko project. Here you can find a recipe to get started with this toolchain leading you through a series of steps to compile a project and run it on your target device.
  
For this, you should use a prebuilt toolchain from the OpenMoko project. The following is a recipe to get started with this toolchain leading you through a series of steps to compile a project and run it on your target device.
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# System Integration and customizing a distribution
 
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== System Integration and Distribution Customization ==
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For this task, you should use [[OpenEmbedded]] which builds its own cross compiler during the bootstrapping/build process. System Integration and customizing a distribution is out of scope of this page.
 
For this task, you should use [[OpenEmbedded]] which builds its own cross compiler during the bootstrapping/build process. System Integration and customizing a distribution is out of scope of this page.
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= Downloading and installing the toolchain =
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The prebuilt toolchain can be downloaded from [[http://downloads.openmoko.org/toolchains downloads.openmoko.org]].
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= Using the toolchain to build a sample project  =
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= Getting Started =
 
= Getting Started =

Revision as of 12:36, 27 November 2007

Contents

Introduction

A toolchain is a set of tools that allows you to compile code. For OpenMoko, we have to differenciate the following use-cases:

  1. Developing a single application

For this, you should use a prebuilt toolchain from the OpenMoko project. Here you can find a recipe to get started with this toolchain leading you through a series of steps to compile a project and run it on your target device.

  1. System Integration and customizing a distribution

For this task, you should use OpenEmbedded which builds its own cross compiler during the bootstrapping/build process. System Integration and customizing a distribution is out of scope of this page.

Downloading and installing the toolchain

The prebuilt toolchain can be downloaded from [downloads.openmoko.org].

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Using the toolchain to build a sample project

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Getting Started

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Personal tools

Introduction

A toolchain is a set of tools that allows you to compile code. For OpenMoko, we have to differenciate the following use-cases:

  1. Developing a single application

For this, you should use a prebuilt toolchain from the OpenMoko project. Here you can find a recipe to get started with this toolchain leading you through a series of steps to compile a project and run it on your target device.

  1. System Integration and customizing a distribution

For this task, you should use OpenEmbedded which builds its own cross compiler during the bootstrapping/build process. System Integration and customizing a distribution is out of scope of this page.

Downloading and installing the toolchain

The prebuilt toolchain can be downloaded from [downloads.openmoko.org].

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Using the toolchain to build a sample project

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Getting Started

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