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Last Post 20 Nov 2008 08:44 AM by  dsanders16@gmail.com
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07 May 2008 03:54 PM
    Can we develop applications for the card in c++ or is it only c?

    I see in the BSP you can include the c++ headers when configuring the ltib, but I wasn't sure if it was actually supported by the LITEKit.

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    21 May 2008 12:12 PM
    nobody knows if we can do c++?

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    21 May 2008 12:54 PM
    have you heard about GCC?

    Ofcourse you can.

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    18 Nov 2008 04:12 PM
    Yuu know I told it to inlude the GCC in the Kernel setup, but I still don't see a gcc binary in my /bin. What gives?

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    19 Nov 2008 07:19 PM
    Are you trying to use compiler in the target?
    The best way to work is cross-compile with gcc in the host side (PC) and then just downloading the bin to the target and using gdb as debuger.

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    20 Nov 2008 08:44 AM
    Posted By DrOctavius on 19 Nov 2008 7:19 PM
    Are you trying to use compiler in the target?
    The best way to work is cross-compile with gcc in the host side (PC) and then just downloading the bin to the target and using gdb as debuger.





    Yea, because there are packages I want to add to Python like pycrypto and it is looking for a gcc compiler. I guess I can see if there is an option to point it to the proper cross compiler.

    Thanks
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