[PATCH v2 01/10] user: Rework "Host Computer Setup" section
chrisj at rtems.org
Tue Feb 12 02:31:46 UTC 2019
On 29/1/19 1:27 am, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> Rename it to "Prepare Your Host Computer".
> user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst | 2 ++
> user/start/host.rst | 22 ++++++++++++----------
> 2 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
> diff --git a/user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst b/user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst
> index eefeade..d9cdcff 100644
> --- a/user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst
> +++ b/user/rsb/why-build-from-source.rst
> @@ -2,6 +2,8 @@
> .. Copyright (C) 2012, 2016 Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org>
> +.. _WhyBuildFromSource:
> Why Build from Source?
> diff --git a/user/start/host.rst b/user/start/host.rst
> index 1437290..19bbb9b 100644
> --- a/user/start/host.rst
> +++ b/user/start/host.rst
> @@ -5,15 +5,17 @@
> .. _QuickStartHost:
> -Host Computer Setup
> +Prepare Your Host Computer
> -The *host computer* is the thing you use to develop applications. It runs all
> +The *host computer* is a computer you use to develop applications. It runs all
> your tools, editors, documentation viewers, etc. To get started with RTEMS
> -development you need other tools. This includes a native C, C++ and Python
> -development environment. Please make sure that you can build native C/C++
> -applications on your host computer. You must be able to build native Python C
> -modules. Usually you have to install a Python development package for this.
> -Please have a look at the :ref:`Host Computer <host-computer>` chapter for the
> -glory details. In particular :ref:`Microsoft Windows <microsoft-windows>` user
> -should do this.
> +development you need tools from your host's operating system to build the RTEMS
> +tool suite from source. This is not a one-click installation process, but
> +there are :ref:`good reasons <WhyBuildFromSource>` to build everything from
> +source. You need a native C, C++ and Python development environment. Please
> +make sure that you can build native C/C++ applications on your host computer.
> +You must be able to build native Python C modules. Usually, you have to
> +install a Python development package for this. Please have a look at the
> +:ref:`Host Computer <host-computer>` chapter for the glory details. In
I think this should be `gory details`. Looks like something I would have done.
> +particular :ref:`Microsoft Windows <microsoft-windows>` user should do this.
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