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Cross-compile tool helps Debian ARM Linux catch up with x86

Nov 2, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive

Scratchbox, an open source project to simplify cross-platform software compilation, has recently made several advances that may interest embedded device developers. This whitepaper describes how Scratchbox — which was originated by Movial and is being sponsored by Nokia — is helping Debian ARM strive for parity with Debian x86 by enabling package maintainers to build native ARM applications on fast x86 PCs, without modifying package build scripts.

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