Antwort: Re: [squeak-dev] Linux-VW for ARM
dietmar.schielke at data-experts.de
Fri Oct 26 10:35:17 UTC 2012
yes I think there are some Squeaks in the App repositories of some linux
distributions that are compiled for ARM too. Maybe you used one of them
and didn't have to compile it by yourself.
I tried one on my NAS, but it crashed with a segmantation fault. Also I
think they are quite old and newer Squeak images need a newer VM. But I'm
not shure, I think where was some thing like closure VM or so.
Von: Frank Shearar <frank.shearar at gmail.com>
An: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
<squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>,
Datum: 24.10.2012 17:37
Betreff: Re: [squeak-dev] Linux-VW for ARM
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On 24 October 2012 16:22, David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 04:57:29PM +0200, Dietmar Schielke wrote:
>> Hello Squeakers,
>> I want to deploy a Seaside 3.0 application on a NAS-Systems (D-LINK 323
>> and QNAP TS419 PII at the moment) with arm-processors.
>> Does anybody know, where to get a squeak-VM for these systems?
>> Or as an option - Where should I start reading about building my own VM
>> for these systems? I'm a little bit confused about the intended way.
>> There is squeakvm.org, https://gitorious.org/cogvm, a Unix-VM build
>> script, Jenkins....
>> I searched the wiki with no success.
> There are, for better or for worse, several ways to do it. The standard
> unix VM would be a suitable choice, and build information is on
> at http://squeakvm.org/unix/devel.html.
> There is not yet a jit-enabled VM for ARM (i.e. Cog) but you can build
> a StackVM, and several people have reported success on this (I don't
> the links so hopefully someone else can do so). The StackVM provides the
> underpinnings of Cog and does provide some performance benefits,
> not yet the actual high-performance jit (but work is under way on that
I set up my Raspberry Pi several months ago so I've forgotten how or
what I did. However, I _did_ very easily get Squeak running on it, so
it can't have been hard or I'd have remembered the pain.
> There is also a vm-dev mailing list, so if you have more questions
> please feel free to ask there.
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