Caanoo / WIZ Caanoo Sdk And Some Documentation

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  1. sbock

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  3. sbock

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    Thanks, Mr 2X. I mirrored the file (hope that's OK).

    I found some more files. The DGE 2.0 file seems to be only an update. Added DGE 2.0 for Wiz and the main SDK, released today. There're some nice examples for some Caanoo specific stuff (3G, vibration) in source in the update file, so I guess it's interesting even for non Korean speaking people...

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    Just looked in the file and found they use GCC-4.2.4-glibc-2.7-eabi.
     
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    Nice. Danke für die Infos.
     
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    I'm stuck on the second step of the "quick install guide"...

    It says
    Can't find this executable inside the Caanoo/Wiz SDK/Toolchain Version 10.08 Linux

    Maybe because this is "Linux" version... But then, where to get the Windows XP version?
     
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    It's indeed only a Linux version avaiable yet. At least I found no Windows version.
     
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    I downloaded the WiZ DGE 2.0 SDK Update/Examples and put all the examples on my WiZ. I also put the XXXX.so file in with the XXXX.gpe files. A few of them work but most are giving me a libdgx20w.so: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory. I checked and I have the libdgx20w.so file on the system in the same directory as the executable.

    Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
     
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    It seem to be the old version 10.02. It's only for the Wiz. You need at least version 10.05 for Caanoo support.
     
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    Is the *old one* SDK's is friendly with Caanoo?
     
  12. sbock

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    No, the Caannoo uses EABI instead of OABI so you need a different toolchain.
     
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  13. skeezix

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    Just pulled copies from your mirror, thanks sbock :)

    I'll probably build my own more recent gcc, and then use their medievil glibc.

    Anyone looked at this DGE 'game engine'? anything useful in there?

    jeff
     
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    the DGE has functions for the G-sensor and vibration motor, that can be useful
    for other stuffs (joystick, etc) I prefer SDL, but i didn't dig too deep into DGE
     
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    Whats the situation vis-a-vis Linux-hosted dev tools for Caanoo, anyone know?
     
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    what dev tools do you need? we have a toolchain, and it works :)
     
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    GPH (fungp.com) wrote on their facebook wall that this is official: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Anyang-Si/GPH-Official/127461713948354
    and having a quick loon at it shows that it's simply a part (tools/gcc-4.2.4-glibc-2.7-eabi directory) of the official SDK
     
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    How do you install this toolchain on windows and compile an app?

    I'm not good with those things, they always looks obscure to me!
     
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    1) Install Bloodshed C or Code::blocks or simular IDE.
    2) Point said IDE to the downloaded files
    3) ???
    4) Profit
     
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