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From boot...@earthlink.net
Subject Re: Compilers and configuration tools
Date Wed, 26 Oct 2005 03:14:54 GMT


A "Harmony Desktop" contains whatever you want to
put on it.  At the moment, we are in the process
of getting our feet on the ground concerning the
tools we need, the compilers we support, the test
suites we would like, etc.  And that is just for
the current phase of supporting the current
effort at figuring out what to with our initial

The Bootstrap JVM code has built-in Eclipse project
files for one of the two Java code directories and
for the several 'C' code directories (using the C/C++
CDT plugin).

All you have to do is download the code base from
SVN onto whatever platform you like to use.  Follow
the list from there, and ask questions.  There are
plenty of Linux and Visual Studio folks who can
help you out.

Dan Lydick

> [Original Message]
> From: Rivaaj Jumna <rivaaj@gmail.com>
> To: <harmony-dev@incubator.apache.org>
 > Date: 10/25/05 10:08:08 AM
> Subject: Re: Compilers and configuration tools
> Hi
> This may be a bit off topic but what does a harmony developers desktop
> like? My reason for asking is that I've been groomed on developing using
> ide in the windows environemnt, Visual Studio 6.0 and the like.
> What sort of tools would one use on a Linux environment, eclipse cdt
> perhaps? I'm not afraid of command lines, :-) but they're a barrier to
> y
> for someone like myself who would just like to explore the code base.
> Regards
> Rivaaj

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