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This wiki holds documentation relating to how to check out, build, develop and use the Epiphany SDK.

Before Reading

Make sure you are familiar with the following concepts:

General Requirements

To build the SDK, you will need a Linux like environment (Cygwin or MinGW on Windows should also work). Please ensure you have all the standard GNU tool chain prerequisites. Note you additionally need git installed to check out the source repositories. GitHub offers a download zip file functionality which may speed up the process if you do not wish to check out the entire repository.

Each platform has its own additional set of requirements and these can be found on the respective build pages.

Additionally you will need an ARM/Linux cross-toolchain for building ARM/Linux binaries from your development host. Details regarding the cross-tools for various host platforms can also be found on the respective build pages.

Downloading the SDK

The SDK can be downloaded and built by cloning the required repositories or using the download script. See Downloading the SDK for further details.

Building the SDK

The toolchain and SDK are built in several steps, as described in Building the SDK.

More detailed information regarding how to build on Linux, Mac and Windows can be found on the respective operating system pages.

Troubleshooting, Bug Reporting and Development.

Issues building or using the SDK should be sent to the Parallella SDK Forum. Bugs relating to the SDK should be reported to the Epiphany SDK Bug Tracker.

Please refer to Submitting Bug Reports and Submitting Patches for advice and best practices on submitting bug reports.

Updating this Wiki

Feel free to update this wiki with information regarding building and using the SDK as you find information that may be of use to other SDK users.

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