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Re: Renesas SH4 support in emdebian


2010/2/24 Neil Williams <codehelp@debian.org>:
> On Wed, 27 Jan 2010 12:50:46 +0900
> Nobuhiro Iwamatsu <iwamatsu@debian.org> wrote:
>> This CPU[0] is useing on Embeded system.
>> I want to support Renesas SH4 in emdebian.
>> Where should I begin work with?
> This is a (possibly rough) list of (73) binary packages that would
> appear to be:
> 1. already in Emdebian Grip unstable
> 2. also still in Debian unstable
> 3. not built at debian-ports for SH4
> 4. not specific to armel (like *-kirkwood)
> a2ps, acpid, bogofilter, bogofilter-bdb, cdrdao, cpp-4.1, cpp-4.3,
> default-jdk, default-jdk-builddep, default-jre, default-jre-headless,
> ecj, ecj-gcj, ecj1, elfutils, emacs22, emacs22-bin-common,
> gcc-4.1-base, gcc-4.3-base, gcj-4.4-base, gcj-4.4-jdk, gcj-4.4-jre,
> gcj-4.4-jre-headless, gnash, gnash-common, klibc-utils, libasm1,
> libaudit0, libdb4.5, libdw1, libecj-java-gcj, libelf1, libgcj10,
> libgcj10-awt, libglade2-0, libijs-0.35, libklibc, libmozjs2d, librpm0,
> librpmbuild0, librpmio0, libtokyocabinet8, mono-runtime,
> mozilla-plugin-gnash, openjdk-6-jdk, openjdk-6-jre,
> openjdk-6-jre-headless, python-evince, python-evolution,
> python-gnomeapplet, python-gnomedesktop, python-gnomekeyring,
> python-gnomeprint, python-gtop, python-mediaprofiles, python-metacity,
> python-rsvg, python-totem-plparser, python-wnck, qemu, qemu-system,
> qemu-user, qemu-utils, rpm, rpm2cpio, strace, therion, therion-viewer,
> xfprint4, xpdf-reader, xpdf-utils, xserver-xorg-video-glamo,
> xserver-xorg-video-tga
> There may be others in the dev, doc and dbg components. I can extend
> the script to work with those. I just wanted to get a rough list and
> see what might be missing before I can add SH4 to the Grip repository.

Yes, your pakcage list is right.
There is it in the unreleased repository whether some packages cannot build.
However, most packages should be in unstable soon.

II have a question about qemu.
sh4 is already supported in qemu, but does not work on sh4.
The patch is contributed, but it does not apply yet .
Could you remove qemu from list of sh4.?
How are mips and mipsel?

Best regards,
Nobuhiro Iwamatsu
   iwamatsu at {nigauri.org / debian.org}
   GPG ID: 40AD1FA6

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