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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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@phoenixkonsole:
For now abiv1, so that should be your target.

Although Kalamatee would really be the one to give a truthworthy answer, i don't believe he ever targeted v0 (or ever will).

Posted on: 2013/6/16 11:59
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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Where is the difference between ABI v1 (x86) and ABI v1 (ARM)

I mean if I would ask to ditch ABI v0 on x86 everyone will tell that ABI v1 is still "in the flow" - i mean it may get changes which will always break compatibility to compiled apps.

If this isn't the case for ARM why it is for x86? Or have times changed and we reach the finish line for ABI v1?

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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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I think it isn't case for ARM simply because there are not many apps compiled for it.

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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Exactly

Asside AROS there aren't any program's compiled for AROS-ARM.

There is no difference in ABIv1 on different platforms.

Having that said, that is not entirely true because ARM (or especially pi in this case) does not have all functionality on board that AROS offers... it is (still) a WiP.

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Or have times changed and we reach the finish line for ABI v1?

Everything answered to that would be pure speculation on my part.

However, Staf did mention on the ML that there is light at the end of the tunnel. From that i assume that he meant to say that the obstacles that are there can be faced, in whatever timeframe it would take. (which probably does not mean tommorrow, next week, next month or even next year).

Posted on: 2013/6/16 14:48
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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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All ports to new hardware (including Raspberry Pi) now will be ABI V1... the x86 ABI V0 is just a temporary measure, and will be dumped as soon as ABI V1 is finished.

Posted on: 2013/6/17 13:35
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magorium wrote:

However, Staf did mention on the ML that there is light at the end of the tunnel.


That was specifically about the split of the C library; not the whole finishing off of ABIv1.

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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Kalamatee wrote:
seeing as I've recently been made unemployed - if anyone wants to make a donation to help me along with this feel free to make a paypal donation to my email address ;p



Donated. Thanks for your work. :)

Posted on: 2013/7/24 12:43
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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Still no USB support? Actually we just need USB HID to make this port usable.

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Any news in this area? :)

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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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I'm curious about this too! Would love to get one of those new A1200 casings and install a raspberry pi 3 with keyrah and AROS.

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