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Re: Porting libreoffice to riscv64 arch

On Thu, May 26, 2022 at 09:43:28AM +0100, Caol�n McNamara wrote:
On Thu, 2022-05-26 at 10:50 +0800, Bo YU wrote:
To build libreoffice package on riscv64 arch, you need apply the

The code under bridges/source/cpp_uno/gcc3_linux_riscv64/ is the core
of libreoffice supporting riscv, which will support riscv native for

And now I agree with John said, maye it will get more help from
libreoffice upstream. So, Rene, please do not mind if I am ccing the
libreoffice people. At least, I wish people tell me how to start it:)

The riscv64 bridge in that patch is a copy of the mips64 one and
presumably doesn't work yet, and the question is how to get it working?

Sorry, you are right. I headless copyed the mips64 code into riscv64 so
that the build process can be arrived at *bridge* part.

What might be useful is the notes at
https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Lazy_Hackers_Guide_To_Porting which I
put together long ago, it's all out of date, but from point 11
downwards it might still be of some use to see how to incrementally get
a bridge working where IIRC the old

"cd testtools

should be the new

"cd testtools
make check"

Knowing what libffi does for some of the similar things will help

Thank you, Both of them are valuable references. Will to try it follow


Best Regards,

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