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16th May 2017, 06:04 PM |#11  
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I do not currently plan on it but if there is enough demand I can consider it.

X86_64 is theoretically already supported.
All you need to do is Target x86_64 and choose what version then done.

Like what was done for arm
 
 
16th May 2017, 06:08 PM |#12  
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X86_64 is theoretically already supported.
All you need to do is Target x86_64 and choose what version then done.

True, I can add an option to the script. I assumed he was referring to the prebuilts
17th May 2017, 05:43 AM |#13  
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what's recommended? btw great stuff
17th May 2017, 09:41 AM |#14  
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what's recommended? btw great stuff

I don't really recommend anything other than trying both variants and seeing which one you like.
17th May 2017, 10:50 AM |#15  
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Great stuff on XDA after a long time good work
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19th May 2017, 09:21 AM |#16  
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Hi, can I use it to compile my rom based on LineageOS 14.1? I started to develop my own rom recently and now I wanted to try changing the toolchain.
19th May 2017, 09:23 AM |#17  
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Hi, can I use it to compile my rom based on LineageOS 14.1? I started to develop my own rom recently and now I wanted to try changing the toolchain.

Mostly will not be able to compile a ROM with this but give it a try. It for sure can compile the inline kernel.

Just a brief update, the build script still works perfectly fine but I will start compiling the provided toolchains with crosstool-NG as I can make the toolchains statically linked, meaning that they should work with all versions of Linux. It will also be easier for me to manage and tarballs will be smaller. I will try to have this done tomorrow, given Linaro just released their updated snapshot source
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Mostly will not be able to compile a ROM with this but give it a try. It for sure can compile the inline kernel.

Just a brief update, the build script still works perfectly fine but I will start compiling the provided toolchains with crosstool-NG as I can make the toolchains statically linked, meaning that they should work with all versions of Linux. It will also be easier for me to manage and tarballs will be smaller. I will try to have this done tomorrow, given Linaro just released their updated snapshot source

Ok, I undertstand can you instead point me some link with prebuild toolchains which I can use to compile my rom? I connot find any... Or meybe some manual how to compile appropriate version of toolchain?
20th May 2017, 08:55 AM |#19  
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20170520 toolchains are now uploaded!

As I mentioned before, they are compiled with crosstool-NG so that it's easier for me to update. Furthermore, the toolchains are much smaller now so they're easier to download and they're statically linked so they *should* work when any updated form of Linux. Let me know of any issues and enjoy!
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Nice stuff indeed, thanks
Btw i've once been told that gnueabi and androideabi are slightly different, would it be okay to compile android kernels with gnueabi?
22nd May 2017, 08:49 PM |#21  
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Nice stuff indeed, thanks
Btw i've once been told that gnueabi and androideabi are slightly different, would it be okay to compile android kernels with gnueabi?

Yes.
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