Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of GCI/Coding/HelloWorld


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Dec 23, 2015, 1:39:05 AM (22 months ago)
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Owen_8
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    3232|| Alex S. || Debian Jessie (64-bit) ||  sparc-rtems4.11 || The documentation was straightforward and easy to follow, but at first the source tree of RTEMS can be confusing, and the architecture-specific tools need to be exported to your {{{PATH}}} to be readily used. The directions for building RBS were harder to follow than for RTEMS. ''Note for future newcomers: compiling with {{{-j`nproc`}}} will significantly speed up your build on multi-core hosts.''
    3333|| Michał P. || Arch Linux || sparc-rtems4.11 || Instructions were relly easy to follow, I had no problem building RTEMS. Unfortunatelly, RSB scripts assume that {{{/usr/bin/python}}} is {{{python2}}}, but that's an issue with nearly every build script and it's easy to solve, so it was not a big problem.
     34|| Owen P. || Ubuntu || sparc-rtems4.11 || Instructions were relatively clear, but at sometimes seemed vague to me. I had a few errors when trying to build the tool set with RSB, so I had to dig around in the log files multiple times. Overall, it was a fairly straightforward process to me.