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Better support for Linux ARM machines #5706

zcbenz opened this issue May 26, 2016 · 3 comments


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commented May 26, 2016

This issue lists the tasks on making Electron support more ARM machines.

  • Enable building libchromiumcontent locally with Electron together

  • Make it possible to pass ARM related configurations when building
$ ./script/ -v --build_libchromiumcontent \
                           --target_arch=arm \
                           --defines='arm_version=7 arm_float_abi=softfp'
  • Add docs on which ARM related configurations we can provide
  • Add support for ARM 64
$ ./script/ -v --build_libchromiumcontent \
  • Provide prebuilt builds for popular ARM machines

Related: #2343

  • Enable building without using sysroot
$ ./script/ -v --build_libchromiumcontent \
  • Enable building with GCC provided by user
$ export CC=my-weird-gcc
$ export CXX=my-werid-g++
$ export CPPFLAGS=--my-weird-flags
$ ./script/ -v --build_libchromiumcontent \

Feel free to share opinions here if anyone thinks this is not enough for building Electron for your ARM machine.

/cc @iolsen @francoislaberge


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commented May 30, 2017

FYI, it looks like support for arm64 was merged in: 1257dee

Electron for arm64 builds successfully now that libchromiumcontent merged the arm64 support. Will this be included in future official builds for electron?


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commented Aug 4, 2017

@groundwater is giving it a shot here: electron/libchromiumcontent#334


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commented Aug 7, 2017

We have a PR here #10205 for Linux.

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