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Support for Windows on ARM #2180

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hajekj opened this issue Aug 27, 2020 · 3 comments
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Support for Windows on ARM #2180

hajekj opened this issue Aug 27, 2020 · 3 comments

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@hajekj
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hajekj commented Aug 27, 2020

Since #1680 got closed without further follow-up, I would actually like to learn more about being able to run the Core Tools on ARM-based Surface Pro X.

I can run .NET Core 3.1 fine including VS Code, but like mentioned in the original issue, the Core Tools for some reason install x64-based version of the core tools. Eventually, there could be a build for arm64 so we could run it on ARM machines?

My way around it is using Remote Development Tools and Codespaces, but would love to be able to run it natively.

@apawast
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apawast commented Sep 22, 2020

@hajekj thank you for the suggestion. This is not currently on our roadmap, but we will leave this open so we can track any further updates.

@mohsinonxrm
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mohsinonxrm commented Feb 6, 2021

@hajekj , you can build the core tools/CLI yourself for arm or arm64.

In the build.sh script, replace linux-x64 with win10-arm (for 32-bit) or win10-arm64 (for 64-bit)
https://github.com/Azure/azure-functions-core-tools/blob/v3.x/build.sh

If you have the SDK installed, you can also run dotnet publish yourself on the device itself, rather than trying to cross-compile.

I tried the above for Raspberry PI 4 (linux-arm/linux-arm64) and while the tools compile successfully (it is missing the templates, just grab from the github release and drop in the compiled folder). The runtime isn't able to run HTTP trigger functions. I opened an issue back in the day, however didn't get much support.

In the end, I just ran Azure Function in a docker container on Raspberry PI 4 (you can find plenty of blogs/articles on that).

@iAmBipinPaul
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iAmBipinPaul commented Aug 7, 2022

any update on this ?

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