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Re: [gpsd-dev] Describe your build environment, please?

From: Samuel CUELLA
Subject: Re: [gpsd-dev] Describe your build environment, please?
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2014 08:39:14 +0200
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On 09/06/14 06:26, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Samuel CUELLA <address@hidden>:
>> Here is what I use:
>> scons wordsize=32 snapshot=off arch=arm sample=shell
>> scons -j3 prefix=/usr libdir=$prefix/lib udevdir=/lib/udev
>> chrpath=False gpsd_user=gpsd gpsd_group=uucp strip=False
>> python=False bluez=0 libgpsmm=0 clientdebug=0 dbus_export=0 ipv6=0
>> timing=0 ncurses=0 ntpshm=0 pps=0 shm_export=0 socket_export=1
>> systemd=0 libQgpsmm=0 usb=0 aivdm=0 ashtech=0 earthmate=0 evermore=0
>> fury=0 fv18=0 garmin=0 garmintxt=0 geostar=0 gpsclock=0 itrax=0
>> mtk3301=0 navcom=0 nmea=1 nmea2000=0 ntrip=0 oceanserver=0 oncore=0
>> rtcm104v2=0 rtcm104v3=0 sirf=1 superstar2=0 tnt=0 tripmate=0 tsip=0
>> ubx=0 manbuild=0
> That is *nasty* . I think I'll have to implement some option that makes 
> all the driver switches default to off so it's easier to set up minimal
> configurations like this.

Indeed. Having such a feature would be great.

> I've merged a lightly edired version of your notes into the build document.
Seems ok to me.

I've just tested the last HEAD: It compiles and runs smoothly on Android
(on 4.1.1 at least) as expected.

>> Here comes the tough part.
> OK, I'm not going to try to descibe that mess in our build document.

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