[teqc] ARM 64 bit
lou at unavco.org
Tue May 15 11:40:01 MDT 2018
It's certainly possible, but it either requires UNAVCO to have such a system in-house,
or have access to such a system, or we have a cross-compiler. A recent example of the
first case was the MIT/Haystack group sending us an Arietta G25 with an ARM9 32-bit
processor. We also have a Raspberry Pi system in house for making builds for it. The
same is done for Linux, Mac OSX, and Solaris builds, i.e. we have those systems in-house.
Examples of the second case were that we were given, at various times, on-line access
to HP-UX, IBM AIX, IRIX, and Dec OSFI systems. Examples of the third case is how we
now make Windows 32- and 64-bit builds and the Viper ARM builds. (But setting up and
debugging the cross-compilers is the most time-consuming approach.)
Any further discussion of any of these approaches should probably take place outside
of the teqc email list.
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On 15-May-18 11:10 AM, Thierry MUSEUX wrote:
> Is it possible to have teqc on ARM 64 bit like H5 AllWinner ?
> (Raspberry version 32 bit works fine on H3 32 bit)
> Thierry MUSEUX
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