RPi 3 is ARMV8 architecture, I think, so the compiled binaries may or may
not work (I'm not sure, as it would depend on backwards compatibility.) In
any case, you would just compile your binary on the RPi 3 to run it on that

Not sure what you mean by "the above technique", but I had no problems
doing what I described in the other email.


Il giorno sab 14 apr 2018 alle ore 20:57 R Srinivasan <s...@srin.me> ha

> David
> really appreciate your response.
> It is brilliant that we can build on the PiZero! Within reason the
> binaries should run on an RPi3 and vice versa I presume.
> additional question I have is about Gnoga. May I assume the above
> technique works seamlessly also?
> thanks, srini
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 7:02 PM, David Trudgett <dktrudg...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> On the RPi Zero, I have FSF GNAT and Emacs in DietPi (Debian/Raspbian
>> GNU/Linux derivative). See http://DietPi.com/ (Also note: I have
>> installed no X on the RPi, it's just console text.)
>> However, I don't really do much "development" on the RPi as such: I
>> develop on a Ubuntu workstation using GNAT GPL 2017 (at present), and then
>> Git clone the source to the RPi and run "make" to compile using the
>> distribution's FSF GNAT.
>> Another possibility is to cross compile for the RPi on my Ubuntu machine,
>> but I find that difficult and tedious.
>> Hope that answers your question, Srini.
>> Regards,
>> David
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