Projects / Crossplex / Releases

RSS All releases of Crossplex

  •  14 Jun 2010 21:30
Avatar

Release Notes: This release adds support for uClibc toolchains. With a single, simple Makefile, you can specify multiple targets that are identical except for the toolchains used to build them. The options now include glibc and uClibc.

  •  08 Apr 2010 22:13
Avatar

Release Notes: This release corrects the download location for syslinux sources, makes the kernel building rules use better PATH env variables, adds a rule for unpacking .zip files, and introduces TargetFS better in the comments.

  •  13 Mar 2010 09:32
Avatar

    Release Notes: Only previously applied patches are reversed in patches.mk so that patch-unrolling works even when source patches have changed. Spaces are removed from patch tag lists in patches.mk so that multiple patch tags don't confuse rules.

    •  25 Feb 2010 01:42
    Avatar

      Release Notes: In examples, freshmeat-downloader has been replaced with hard-coded wget. Versions are now three decimal fields (e.g. 0.10.0).

      •  23 Feb 2010 23:08
      Avatar

        Release Notes: This release makes freshmeat-downloader work better with Berlios servers and with kernel.org. It removes the make intermediate output file from the Git repository. It makes it easier to generate tarballs of the repository.

        •  21 Feb 2010 09:47
        Avatar

        Release Notes: "freshmeat-downloader" was added, which is a Perl script that contacts freshmeat to get the latest download locations of third party tarballs needed by the build. It also makes a best-effort attempt to download those tarballs. The first working example was finished, which can build a CDROM image that boots a simple embedded OS called "davix". The example was tested in a standard Ubuntu JeOS platform with a minimum of installed packages (basically make and gcc). A VMWare guest that anyone can run with the freely-downloadable VMware Player is provided.

        Screenshot

        Project Spotlight

        GenScriber

        A genealogy records transcription editor.

        Screenshot

        Project Spotlight

        libagf

        A machine-learning library based on kernel estimation.