All of us on the NS users ML were reminded recently that there is no
maintainer of the RISC OS port of NS.
I have looked a couple of times at the docs for building the various
ports of NS, but, unless I've missed something, there don't seem to
be any instructions for building for RISC OS.
I understand that it's a cross compilation on a Linux machine (or a
very long wait for every build!). I really have very little idea
what I have to install on my Ubuntu box to build NS, nor what to do
when I have the build tools.
So, have I missed something?
If not, I would suggest that putting the relevant docs up is a vital
step towards getting a RISC OS maintainer.
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On Mon, 31 Aug 2015 23:16:49 +0100, Commit Mailer wibbled on for an age:
> commitdiff http://git.netsurf-browser.org/toolchains.git/commit/?id=a71589395ea15a96...
> commit a71589395ea15a9652d0a8785af5f6d18d9b79a8
> Author: Chris Young <chris(a)unsatisfactorysoftware.co.uk>
> Commit: Chris Young <chris(a)unsatisfactorysoftware.co.uk>
> Update to SDK 53.29
Please can somebody kick off a rebuild of the ppc-amigaos toolchain -
NetSurf will be needing the new SDK at some point soon.
Would it be possible to let the JS system initialise, /then/ obey
the non-volatile "disable JS" setting?
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I am compiling newest sources on framebuffer.
I get this error either on widons and linux:
TOK_IDENTIFIERError: parse failed with code 1*
On Sun, 09 Aug 2015 14:27:57 +0100, Commit Mailer wibbled on for an age:
> Support PowerPC
I've submitted that back upstream as far as possible (ie. as a patch
to duktape.h, rather than the development source).