Changes between Version 37 and Version 38 of GSoC/GettingStarted


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Timestamp:
Nov 4, 2015, 5:37:31 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
Gedare Bloom
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Fix link to RSB Doc

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    1313You will be best served by using a GNU/Linux environment, which could be in a virtual machine for example that uses [http://www.virtualbox.org Virtualbox] and should run on most modern desktop systems. An RTEMS user has provided [https://github.com/thenewwazoo/rtems-vagrant some scripts] for setting up such a development environment with [http://www.vagrantup.com Vagrant].
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    15 We recommend building your own compiler using the [http://git.rtems.org/rtems-source-builder/ RTEMS Source Builder (RSB)]. Refer to the [http://ftp.rtems.org/pub/rtems/people/chrisj/source-builder/source-builder.html documentation and quick start for the RSB], and ask questions on the rtems-users mailing list if you have trouble with this step. If you want tools for another architecture, replace **sparc** in the RSB quick start directions with another architecture, such as arm or mips. You can also use the RSB to build RTEMS directly, but we recommend that you learn how to build RTEMS by itself with the compiler tools generated by RSB.
     15We recommend building your own compiler using the [http://git.rtems.org/rtems-source-builder/ RTEMS Source Builder (RSB)]. Refer to the [https://docs.rtems.org/rsb/ documentation and quick start for the RSB], and ask questions on the rtems-users mailing list if you have trouble with this step. If you want tools for another architecture, replace **sparc** in the RSB quick start directions with another architecture, such as arm or mips. You can also use the RSB to build RTEMS directly, but we recommend that you learn how to build RTEMS by itself with the compiler tools generated by RSB.
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    1717As you will be compiling a lot of code, it is recommended to have a reasonably fast development machine.