rob at landley.net
Mon Aug 30 14:51:09 UTC 2004
On Monday 30 August 2004 02:37, Rogelio Serrano wrote:
> >> - Must use C++
> >> - Should be command line
> >> - Good quality code
> >> - Likely to be used in an embedded environment
> >> - Comes with a built-in test-suite
> >> - Compiles fairly quickly.
> > Let's see, stuff I can't build in my little distro because it
> > needs c++
> > support includes ncurses (which means I can't build less), and
> > python (which
> > I really miss). My notes say groff also needs c++ support.
> > The builds of all of these are described in the linux from
> > scratch
> > documentation...
> > Rob
> all of the above builds fine in buildroot.
I know. I said _my_ distro didn't have c++ support.
To get a working c++ compiler, buildroot applies a 100k patch to the standard
c++ library, and requires not just wide character but full locale support.
(The stub locales may have been fixed in cvs, I tried with the last release
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