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Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2013 22:18:20 -0500
From: Strake <>
Subject: Re: embedded newbies site.

On 15/07/2013, Rob Landley <> wrote:
>    - creating a development environment (building binutils, gcc,
> make...)
>      - requirements for self-hosting
>      - requirements for natively building Linux From Scratch
>      - cross vs native compiling
>        - bootstrapping to native compiling under emulation.

This. For me, at least, this is often the greatest hindrance.

> - efficient (elegant) programming
>    - Why C and scritpting languages, why NOT C++ and autoconf
>    - tradeoffs
>      - code reuse
>      - transaction granularity
>      - taking advantage of SMP without going crazy

I would be glad to help here.

May find some ideas here:

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