October 28, 2008
Hi,

I want to compile programs for arm devices but don't have a real arm system at hand.

Therefore I got an qemu image with debian installed (http://
people.debian.org/~aurel32/qemu/) and installed
gdc+tango(~r4048) on it. rebuild (svn head) is also installed.

I also installed llvm 2.4 to be able to compile ldc (but ldc didn't work).

I have uploaded the image for those who like to do some testing or just building arm binaries.

Tango isn't properly tested for arm, so don't expect everything to work (it works for me so far).

Here is the link:
http://www.badongo.com/file/11861786

Instructions are included in the packet.
Download both parts and merge them, on Linux:

cat archive.7z.aa archive.7z.ab > arm_debian.7z
October 29, 2008
On Tue, 28 Oct 2008 15:54:33 +0000, Moritz Warning wrote:

> Tango isn't properly tested for arm, so don't expect everything to work
> (it works for me so far).
> 
The unittests don't work. Just FYI.
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