Changeset 54ead99 in rtems-docs


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Timestamp:
Jan 23, 2019, 9:55:19 AM (6 months ago)
Author:
Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@…>
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git-author:
Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@…> (01/23/19 09:55:19)
git-committer:
Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@…> (02/18/19 12:50:25)
Message:

user: Rework "Host Computer Setup" section

Rename it to "Prepare Your Host Computer".

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  • user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst

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    33.. Copyright (C) 2012, 2016 Chris Johns <chrisj@rtems.org>
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    57Why Build from Source?
  • user/start/host.rst

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    8 Host Computer Setup
    9 ===================
     8Prepare Your Host Computer
     9==========================
    1010
    11 The *host computer* is the thing you use to develop applications.  It runs all
     11The *host computer* is a computer you use to develop applications.  It runs all
    1212your tools, editors, documentation viewers, etc.  To get started with RTEMS
    13 development you need other tools.  This includes a native C, C++ and Python
    14 development environment.  Please make sure that you can build native C/C++
    15 applications on your host computer.  You must be able to build native Python C
    16 modules.  Usually you have to install a Python development package for this.
    17 Please have a look at the :ref:`Host Computer <host-computer>` chapter for the
    18 glory details.  In particular :ref:`Microsoft Windows <microsoft-windows>` user
    19 should do this.
     13development you need tools from your host's operating system to build the RTEMS
     14tool suite from source.  This is not a one-click installation process, but
     15there are :ref:`good reasons <WhyBuildFromSource>` to build everything from
     16source.  You need a native C, C++ and Python development environment.  Please
     17make sure that you can build native C/C++ applications on your host computer.
     18You must be able to build native Python C modules.  Usually, you have to
     19install a Python development package for this.  Please have a look at the
     20:ref:`Host Computer <host-computer>` chapter for the gory details.  In
     21particular :ref:`Microsoft Windows <microsoft-windows>` user should do this.
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