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Well yeah, making Debian packages is kinda complicated, but making a PKGBUILD for Arch is more simple. Also I might work on a PKGBUILD. :)

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I could include them in the Luna archive put it really depends on their size as Lionel points out.
If they are too big, just upload or attach the one you've built for your own Linux distro, adriweb may then update his post to list them.
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Congratulations ExtendeD! :)
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epic!
and ndless 3.0 coming soon? Seems as if I really need to get syntax highlighting working in nwriter.
May I ask how possible it is to port luna to the nspire? ( since there seems to be a lot of includes )

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OpenSSL and zlib are embedded in the OS. Lionel exported some of the symbols of zlib in Ndless 2.0 so they can be directly used.
For OpenSSL the symbols and functions needs to be defined.
Then there is minizip, I'm not sure how portable it is, since it isn't really well written.
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The portability of minizip (well, an older version thereof) is at least decent, since libtifiles uses it :)
At some point, we'll want to somehow get rid of the embedded minizip.

For compilation under 64-bit Debian Lenny/Squeeze/Testing, the LDFLAGS line in Makefile needs -lssl -lcrypto.
EDIT: and compilation of the 32-bit version from 64-bit Linux works just fine if one adds -m32 to the CFLAGS and LDFLAGS.
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Thx Lionel Debroux, with your information, I successfully compiled Luna for Mac OS X.  :)

Here are the binaries (Intel, x86 and x86_64 binaries):
http://www.fanofblitzbasic.de/download.php?dlid=LunaMacOSX

Please note:
I had to modify the code and the makefile, but it should still compile on Linux and Windows!

@ExtendeD:
I hope it's ok that I published the binaries? There is no license for Luna itself, only for OpenSSL and minizip^^


I don't know if they work, could somebody please try that out?


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« Last Edit: August 06, 2011, 08:09:35 am by Cuervo »

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Too easy for ExtendeD ! xD
Congrats ! :)
Some of my program available here.. :)
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Cuervo: no problem for me.
I'll merge back the changes if they are OK for Mac OS X users.
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Here are some binaries [EDIT: of Luna 0.1a] that I've just generated:
http://tict.ticalc.org/misc/luna32 -> static 32-bit Linux build created on current Debian Testing.
http://tict.ticalc.org/misc/luna32_deb -> dynamic 32-bit Linux build, suitable for current Debian Testing.
http://tict.ticalc.org/misc/luna64 -> static 64-bit Linux build created on current Debian Testing.
http://tict.ticalc.org/misc/luna64_deb -> dynamic 64-bit Linux build, suitable for current Debian Testing.
http://tict.ticalc.org/misc/luna64_fed -> dynamic 64-bit Linux build, suitable for Fedora 14.

The links are temporary, I'll remove them soon, whether they're integrated in the main distribution (I think that the static versions should be used) or they aren't :)
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This looks like it will be extremely useful for future projects, Thank You ExtendeD! :)


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ExtendeD, this is awesome!  Congrats, and thanks!

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Thanks for the Mac build, I don't have the tools to compile it on my on right now :P
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@adriweb:
Does the Mac build work?

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Good job! I hope that we can run c programs on nspire's 3.0 firmware.
Thanks for the program Extended!
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