[maemo-users] Where does development environment run?

From: Karoliina.T.Salminen at nokia.com Karoliina.T.Salminen at nokia.com
Date: Fri Apr 13 10:59:04 EEST 2007

The scratchbox is cross compilation environment for your PC.
Because of the limited space on the device, it is very hard to put the
development environment there and it would be very slow too. So the
usually happens on your PC where you can also test it until you see it
it finished
enough for testing on device. Then you simply copy the binary or package
to the device
and run it there. It is not hard.

Best Regards,

>-----Original Message-----
>From: maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org 
>[mailto:maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org] 
>Sent: 12 April, 2007 20:08
>To: maemo-users at maemo.org
>Subject: Where does development environment run?
>I'm not (yet) a maemo user, but a prospective one.
>Does the software development environment actually run on the 
>Nokis 770 or 800, or is it necessary to cross-compile from 
>another Linux machine (such as one of my my Debian etch PCs)
>-- hendrik
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>maemo-users at maemo.org

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