oh cool, the script download_libs.sh takes care of it now on 0.10.0.
yeah now I guess everything is clear.
the actual reason I wanna know these info is because I’m trying to port oF into the OpenEmbedded realm. I wanted to make sure I would be able to cross-compile everything with BitBake generated toolchains in recent versions. I saw the different gcc-dependent releases for 0.10.1 and I wondered whether there would be any hard coded dependency on the source code.
I’ve been able to cross compile all the dependencies (except fmodex) from OE recipes so I think it’s going well.
So far, my focus has been on 0.9.0 and 64bit architectures. I’ve been patch-hacking the *.mk makefiles from makefileCommon, and so far I’ve managed to build core and (almost) all examples to both x86-64 and aarch64. Not epic achievements, but I guess it’s already something. Next steps will be to port addons, write a sample app recipe, and expand to different architectures.
@arturo since you’re such a major figure in the community, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this endeavour. Still not 100% where this is going as I’m doing this mostly as an exercise. But I’m sure interesting possibilities might arise in the future, especially portability to exotic architectures.