I'd love to help with Linux, but I'm coming from Windows background myself
and only learning, just managed to get v1.4 running on arm linux last
Friday. I'll give v2.0 a go and 'll try to get some expertise allocated to
get it right.
On Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 2:16:52 AM UTC+10, Jens Alfke wrote:
> On Aug 2, 2017, at 5:50 AM, Dmitry Antonov <anton...@gmail.com
> Are there plans to support arm7+ (non-android) devices?
> We’ve periodically worked on it, although Couchbase doesn’t [yet]
> officially support these devices. It’s one of those tasks that seems
> straightforward at a high level, but has annoying difficulties in practice,
> mostly due to library and compiler versions.
> The best approach would be to get Couchbase Lite Core
> <https://github.com/couchbase/couchbase-lite-core> (the library at the
> heart of Couchbase Lite 2) to run. This is written in cross-platform C++
> and has all the functionality of Couchbase Lite 2, except with a
> lower-level C API.
> A couple of weeks ago, I spent some time trying to bring it up on
> Raspberry Pi, with help from Jim Borden. The main issue is that Raspbian
> Jessie’s apt-get has obsolete versions of some dependencies, especially
> clang and libc++, and installing up-to-date versions was nontrivial.
> (Disclaimer: I’m a noob at Linux development.) I did get it to build, but
> the unit tests crash instantly with an illegal instruction, for reasons I
> can’t figure out due to being a noob.
> I’d be glad to collaborate with someone (you?) with more Linux experience,
> to get this working. I can’t speak for Jim but I bet he’d agree.
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