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build_fx_plan [2019/05/06 19:34]
kandoni Add step to change dir into plan GUI repo
build_fx_plan [2019/07/25 16:21] (current)
jfduval [How to build the libraries]
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-===== Building from Source ​===== +====== Building ​fx_plan_stack ​from sources ======
  
 ===== Requirements ===== ===== Requirements =====
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       -  Navigate to advanced settings and select environment variables {{system_properties.png}} ​       -  Navigate to advanced settings and select environment variables {{system_properties.png}} ​
       -  Select the PATH variable in system variables {{env_variables.png}}       -  Select the PATH variable in system variables {{env_variables.png}}
-      -  Then add the paths from the previous installs {{add_path.png}}+      -  Then add the paths from the previous installs {{add_path.png}} ​(note: MingW is not visible in the screenshot, but it needs to be listed)
  
 =====How to build the libraries===== =====How to build the libraries=====
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 +Note: assuming that you have added your variables to the path, mentions of missing compilers can typically be resolved by restarting your computer.
  
 ====Test the library:​==== ====Test the library:​====
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   * STM32: GNU ARM compiler version 5 or 6   * STM32: GNU ARM compiler version 5 or 6
   * Raspberry Pi: GNU Raspi compiler (http://​gnutoolchains.com/​raspberry/​tutorial/​)   * Raspberry Pi: GNU Raspi compiler (http://​gnutoolchains.com/​raspberry/​tutorial/​)
 +  * Raspberry Pi: Raspberry Pi Toolchain for Unix systems (https://​github.com/​raspberrypi/​tools)
  
-After installing these toolchains, the appropriate toolchain file must be used. This file specifies where the toolchain is located and other build settings. These can be found in the git repositories root directory and are specific to the target system. ​+After installing these toolchains, the appropriate toolchain file must be used. This file specifies where the toolchain is located and other build settings. These can be found in the git repositories root directory and are specific to the target system. 
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 +For the Raspberry Pi Toolchain for Unix systems, the appropriate toolchain path is  
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +${source_folder}/​arm-bcm2708/​arm-rpi-4.9.3-linux-gnueabihf/​bin/​arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc 
 +</​code>​
  
 **Note:** Make sure the paths in these files are correct. **Note:** Make sure the paths in these files are correct.
build_fx_plan.1557171292.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/05/06 19:34 by kandoni