On 02/18/2010 07:59 PM, Ken Restivo wrote:
> Thanks, there was an earlier post about the N900. He also mentioned that the apps would have to be not just recompiled with CPU-specific flags, but rewritten to use ASM calls to get the FPU to work. That's much more work than I have interest in at this time.
I think you need CodeSourcery GCC:
More about compiling for the ARM Cortex A8 (N900's cpu):
Also, the guy who ported Quake3 to Android enabled the FPU using a recent GCC:
> However, the prices on these things are still in the insane territory (i.e. US$400), so I ain't going there for at least a few years until these become "obsolete" and can be had for US$100 or so on Craigslist. I consider myself lucky if I can make US$50 a night, so expensive hardware is way out of reach for me.
Then, for something that fits into you pocket, maybe that you could hack
something around a Beagleboard.. Should be lots of fun :)
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