[fpc-devel] Re: Building android-i386 [Was: Re: Building the Android branch]
pascaldragon at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 21 15:48:05 CET 2012
Am 20.12.2012 17:11, schrieb Thomas Schatzl:
> On Thu, 2012-12-20 at 16:33 +0100, Sven Barth wrote:
>> Am 20.12.2012 10:19, schrieb Thomas Schatzl:
>>>>> - if you are really interested about doing Android development, I
>>>>> recommend getting a developer board. The emulator is really slow. Even
>>>>> fast developer boards are really cheap now, e.g. quad-core 1.4Ghz ARMv7
>>>>> with 1GB RAM for 70 USD (www.hardkernel.com , search for Odroid-U). This
>>>>> device is actually pretty decent. Otherwise use an unused phone.
>>>> Currently I'm mostly checking what would be necessary to get our Windows
>>>> Mobile application (more or less) running on Android using
>>>> LCL-CustomDrawn. For these tests the emulator and maybe my own Phone
>>>> should be enough for now.
>>> If it's only android you want to evaluate, you may want to give the
>>> i386-android target which should also work with that branch a try. This
>>> should work if you do not need OpenGLES or something hardware specific.
>>> I do not actually know, but there should be i386/android simulator
>>> images available. Performance of those should be much better. :)
>> I now tried to rebuild for i386. This is the command I used (I already
>> replaced GOLD by the BFD linker):
>> make all OS_TARGET=android CPU_TARGET=i386
> make clean crosszipinstall OS_TARGET=android CPU_TARGET=i386
> CROSSBINDIR=[...]/android-ndk-r8c/toolchains/x86-4.6/prebuilt/linux-x86/bin BINUTILSPREFIX=i686-linux-android- OPT="" CROSSOPT=" -Cfsse3 -Fl[...]/android-ndk-r8c/platforms/android-14/arch-x86/usr/lib" PP=[...]/targetandroid/ppc386
> (compiling from linux-i386 to android-i386)
> went through here. Did you make sure that the correct fpcmake is used?
> (and take care of the bfd/gold issue).
The fpcmake problem is taken care of since the last time as I replaced
my 2.6.0 fpcmake by the one from the Android branch.
Also I replaced the linker with the BFD one from the beginning. Also I
tried the 4.4.3 and the 4.6 binutils. The only difference (after adding
"-Cfsse3 -Cppentium3") is now that I'm doing this on Windows. I'll retry
this at the weekend on Linux. What puzzles me though is the "File format
not recognized" when the linker tries to open the "pp.o" file...
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