On 26 September 2016 at 19:53, Leif Lindholm <leif.lindh...@linaro.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 26, 2016 at 08:09:40AM -0600, Simon Glass wrote:
>> >> >> If so, can we just remove this for arm64?
>> >> >
>> >> > Actually I was hoping that Alexander might have a suitable arm64
>> >> > HelloWorld.efi lying around. When I tried building UEFI for arm64, for
>> >> > some reason it did not create it.
>> >> Is it part of edk2? If so, Leif (CC'ed) might have one :). I usually
>> >> use grub as my hello world application.
>> > There is a hello world application in EDK2, but it does not get built
>> > as part of a normal platform build.
>> > Currently it also fails to build for ARM* on its own :|
>> > See
>> > http://patchew.org/EDK2/1471021908-3509-1-git-send-email-leif.lindholm%40linaro.org/
>> > for a hack of how to build one before upstream is resolved.
>> > If cross compiling, prepend GCC5_AARCH64_PREFIX=aarch64-linux-gnu- to
>> > build command line.
>> Thanks for the pointer. Unfortunately that patch appears to make no
>> differences for me. Are you able to build and send me a 64-bit
>> HelloWorld.efi please?
> So, I probably could, but if that isn't working for you, I'd quite
> like to know why.
> To make that a little less painful though, I've added support for
> building the helloworld app to my set of scripts:
> This still depends on this (updated) patch.
> But with a current edk2, and a uefi-tools placed in the same directory
> as the edk2 clone, could you try executing:
> ../uefi-tools/uefi-build.sh -A AARCH64 hello
> If the build fails and creates messy output due to being parallel,
> could you stick a -1 on that command line and send me the output (or
OK thanks. Please see:
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