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authorSamuel MARTIN <s.martin49@gmail.com>2012-03-18 08:53:59 (GMT)
committer Peter Korsgaard <jacmet@sunsite.dk>2012-03-18 21:03:34 (GMT)
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<h2 id="about">About Buildroot</h2>
- <p>Buildroot is a set of Makefiles and patches that allows you to easily
- generate a cross-compilation toolchain, a root filesystem and a Linux
- kernel image for your target. Buildroot can be used for one, two or all
+ <p>Buildroot is a set of Makefiles and patches that allows you to easily
+ generate a cross-compilation toolchain, a root filesystem and a Linux
+ kernel image for your target. Buildroot can be used for one, two or all
of these options, independently.</p>
- <p>Buildroot is useful mainly for people working with embedded systems.
- Embedded systems often use processors that are not the regular x86
- processors everyone is used to having in his PC. They can be PowerPC
+ <p>Buildroot is useful mainly for people working with embedded systems.
+ Embedded systems often use processors that are not the regular x86
+ processors everyone is used to having in his PC. They can be PowerPC
processors, MIPS processors, ARM processors, etc.</p>
- <p>A compilation toolchain is the set of tools that allows you to
- compile code for your system. It consists of a compiler (in our case,
- <code>gcc</code>), binary utils like assembler and linker (in our case,
- <code>binutils</code>) and a C standard library (for example
- <a href="http://www.gnu.org/software/libc/libc.html">GNU Libc</a>,
- <a href="http://www.uclibc.org/">uClibc</a> or
+ <p>A compilation toolchain is the set of tools that allows you to
+ compile code for your system. It consists of a compiler (in our case,
+ <code>gcc</code>), binary utils like assembler and linker (in our case,
+ <code>binutils</code>) and a C standard library (for example
+ <a href="http://www.gnu.org/software/libc/libc.html">GNU Libc</a>,
+ <a href="http://www.uclibc.org/">uClibc</a> or
<a href="http://www.fefe.de/dietlibc/">dietlibc</a>). The system installed
on your development station certainly already has a compilation
toolchain that you can use to compile an application that runs on your