[uClibc] Beginning of documentation for Buildroot
tecneeq at tecneeq.de
Fri Dec 10 04:30:00 UTC 2004
On Wednesday 08 December 2004 17:58, Thomas Petazzoni wrote:
> I've started a small documentation for Buildroot, which is much like a
> FAQ. It's fairly small at the moment, but contains the questions I was
> asking myself when I started to use Buildroot.
Nice work. Here is a Patch:
- cvs-Id added (if you don't use cvs remove it, or better, install cvs :) )
- <pre> reformatted
- <i> removed
- <code> for filenames, directorys and commands, replaces <tt>
- directorys end in a slash ( build_ARCH/staging_dir/ )
- "Under most Unix-like systems, the compilation toolchain uses the
GNU libc as C standard library." i think thats only true for Linux,
are there other Systems using glibc? I changed that to "most Linux
- after i made all changes i used tidy to make sure everything was ok,
too bad i used the -m switch. Now all my changes are hidden in the
reindendation, sorry for that :(.
> So, it's just a beginning, a draft, it's waiting for your precious
> comments, remarks, suggestions.
I like it. Go ahead, you have my blessings :).
> Moreover, as I'm french, my english isn't very good, and there may be some
> language mistakes.
Thats the reason why i not even started to remove the TODOs.
> Here's the URL :
Here is my unfied Patch:
And this is how it looks if the patch is applied:
Sorry again that i screwed up the patch, i am to lazy right now to do it
from scratch just to get an easier to read patch.
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