Maemo SDK+ RC1 released

December 9, 2008 at 12:44 | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Maemo SDK+ team is happy to announce our Release Candidate 1 (RC1).

This RC1 release has better support for debugging with gdb and valgrind tools. We have also made several improvements mostly to the maemo-sdk tool and Scratchbox-2 core components and also fixed a number of issues that were in the previous release.

In this release we also provide a separate easy-to-use installer script that installs the whole SDK+ environment with minimal hassle. For first time users we recommend to use this installer over manual installation. The installer conveniently installs the required toolchains, rootstraps, Etch-tools and other SDK+ components that previously might have required a manual installation or other additional steps to get a working SDK+ environment fully configured.

RC-1 is available for Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex 8.10, Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04, Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10 and also for Debian Lenny, Debian Etch/i386 GNU/Linux distributions.

The core components and their version are: maemo-sdk 0.9.99.3, Scratchbox2 1.99.00.27-lta57, Q-EMU 0.9.1-6 (This is the “SB2″ version with patches), Libtool 1.5.26-2, sbrsh 7.6 and Anjuta IDE plugin 0.4.2.

This release also includes the newly announced rootstraps of Fremantle SDK Alpha-release.

More information is available in the SDK+ page:

http://maemo-sdk.garage.maemo.org

- Maemo SDK+ team
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