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AROS cross-compiler that runs on Linux?

Last updated on 9 months ago
ChrisHChrisHSoftware Dev
Posted 2 years ago
Does anyone know where I can find a version of GCC/G++ compiler for Linux that will cross-compile for AROS?

ZeroHero used to provide one, but his website is down, and no-one seems to have saved his AROS (nor MorphOS) versions:
http://www.zerohe.../aros.html (no-longer exists)
amigamiaamigamiaAdmin
Posted 2 years ago
Hi Chris,

Good to see you around again. I am not sure if that is available anymore but I do have a copy of the old AmidevCPP which was the full IDE with Amiga and AROS libraries for cross compiling but from Windows. I can send you that if you are interested.
ChrisHChrisHSoftware Dev
Posted 2 years ago
I still have a copy of AmiDevCpp, but I am looking for a Linux-based cross-compiler, and really one that can be scripted easily.
amigamiaamigamiaAdmin
Posted 2 years ago
Sorry to go out of topic but are there any news about PortablE development?
pixiepixieMember
Posted 1 year ago

amigamia wrote:

@amigamia - Hi Chris,

Good to see you around again. I am not sure if that is available anymore but I do have a copy of the old AmidevCPP which was the full IDE with Amiga and AROS libraries for cross compiling but from Windows. I can send you that if you are interested.


Do you mind sharing?
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magoriumSoftware Dev
Posted 1 year ago
@pixie:
Although your question is about AMIDev, chris did create a AROS cross compiler package and posted it on his website, see his post here.

But, the "normal" way of creating a cross compiler would be by following the instructions on deadwoods github page. That builds an AROS cross compiler for you (though it requires some work if you want to make it truly 'standalone' ). No windows instructions though but with WSL (or MSYS/others) that should not be a problem.
Edited by magorium on 08-04-2023 04:59, 1 year ago
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deadwoodAROS Dev
Posted 10 months ago
@ChrisH

I know this is an old thread, but have you solved your problems? Creating a cross-compiler for Linux is actually quite straightforward,
amigamiaamigamiaAdmin
Posted 10 months ago

pixie wrote:

@pixie -

amigamia wrote:

@amigamia - Hi Chris,

Good to see you around again. I am not sure if that is available anymore but I do have a copy of the old AmidevCPP which was the full IDE with Amiga and AROS libraries for cross compiling but from Windows. I can send you that if you are interested.


Do you mind sharing?


Sorry Pixie, I do not remember this request. Did I ever respond to you via email to this?
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Amiwell79Distro Maintainer
Posted 10 months ago
Portable help us with this guide

http://cshandley....compilers/
pixiepixieMember
Posted 9 months ago

amigamia wrote:

Sorry Pixie, I do not remember this request. Did I ever respond to you via email to this?

Sadly no
amigamiaamigamiaAdmin
Posted 9 months ago
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