Ah, more *-raw meat. Thanks.
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 11:23 AM, Urias McCullough <umccullough@xxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 6:57 AM, Charles Durrett
Thanks for pulling the list together. I had researched and gotten toof a
almost the same place but my notes are scribbled in pencil on the back
sheet of scrap paper.tools
For now I am confined to the r1alpha4 of the git branch. Since you have
obviously run through builds multiple times perhaps you can answer a
question for me.
When I build I get a bootable Haiku disk but there are no development
in that built environment. I'm trying to figure out how they built theall
alpha 4.1 image I started with. How did they get the build to include
of the tools necessary to build itself?
Almost all "building" questions can be answered by perusing these pages:
which also links to:
if you read this information and take the time to comprehend it,
you'll find that building a nightly image would get you all the build
jam -q @nightly-raw
If you want a release image similar to what we distribute on the "Get
haiku" page, it's:
jam -q @release-raw
Most of the setup for getting the sources and installing prerequisites
should be on those pages for various host platforms. You have to dig
into the links, there's a LOT of information there.