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Added OpenSSL dependency

libevent
Łukasz Magiera 7 years ago
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  1. 8
      Makefile
  2. 15
      README.md
  3. 53
      scripts/dependencies.sh

8
Makefile

@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
# LuPI2 Makefile
# Default compiler settings.
PREFIX?=musl-
PREFIX?=musl
CC = $(PREFIX)gcc
CC = $(PREFIX)-gcc
CFLAGS?=-O2 -std=c99
LDFLAGS+= -static
LDFLAGS+= -static -Ldependencies/lib-$(PREFIX)
# Project specific stuff
BUILD = bin/
@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ SOURCE = src/c
CORELUA = src/lua/core
RESOURCES = resources
LIBS=-lm
LIBS=-lm -lcrypto -lssl
INCLUDES=-I$(SOURCE) -Isrc/c/lib/lua -Iinclude

15
README.md

@ -3,18 +3,21 @@ Second attempt at Lua based operating system, primarily aimed at RaspberryPi, bu
fact that GNU/Linux + python solution isn't allays the best for people that haven't been programming ever, and Lua in one of the simplest, most
intuitive languages. It has only 6 types, very simple syntax, yet supports many advanced mechanisms.
Running
Build
-----
1. Clone this repository
2. Get musl libc(with musl-gcc wrapper)
2.5 Get `xxd` utility(usually packaged with vim)
3. Execute `make build`
4. You will need to put some OS to `root` directory where you run the binary. For now you can get plan9k at http://cloud.magik6k.net/index.php/s/7jPRAU037dzt8Ga/download
2. Get musl libc (with musl-gcc wrapper), or compile musl cross compiler(like arm-linux-musleabihf)
3. Get `xxd` utility (usually packaged with vim)
4. Build dependencies using scripts/dependencies.sh script
5. Execute `make build`
6. You will need to put some OS to `root` directory where you run the binary. For now you can get plan9k at https://cloud.magik6k.net/index.php/s/7jPRAU037dzt8Ga/download
In case of problems poke me/someone at #lupi on Freenode
Idea
-----
Design of system APIs is heavily influenced by [OpenComputers](https://github.com/MightyPirates/OpenComputers) minecraft mod. Some Lua code parts are
actually copied from there(all of the code is under the MIT License). Main advantage of the API is that it's event/component based, which provides great
actually copied from there (all of the code is under the MIT License). Main advantage of the API is that it's event/component based, which provides great
level of abstraction. Custom components can be created and used with very little effort, being event-based simplifies code further, providing one unified
queue for events instead of multiple ways of handling them.
```lua

53
scripts/dependencies.sh

@ -0,0 +1,53 @@
#!/bin/bash
#TOOL=arm-musl-linuxeabihf
TOOL=x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
OPENSSL_TARGET=linux-generic32
OUT=$TOOL
# TODO: more targets / host target / musl target from host
if [ $# -lt 1 ]
then
echo "Usage : $0 [arm32-musl|x86_64|x86_64-musl]"
exit
fi
case "$1" in
arm32-musl )
TOOL=arm-linux-musleabihf
OUT=$TOOL
OPENSSL_TARGET=linux-generic32
;;
x86_64 )
TOOL=x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
OUT=$TOOL
OPENSSL_TARGET=linux-generic64
;;
musl )
TOOL=x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
OUT=musl
OPENSSL_TARGET=linux-generic64
;;
*) echo "Invalid target!" ; exit 1
;;
esac
mkdir -p dependencies
rm -rf dependencies/lib-$OUT
mkdir -p dependencies/lib-$OUT
cd dependencies
git clone git://git.openssl.org/openssl.git
cd openssl
#./Configure
cd ..
rm -rf openssl-build
mkdir openssl-build
cd openssl-build
../openssl/Configure $OPENSSL_TARGET --unified no-asm -DOPENSSL_NO_HEARTBEATS --openssldir=$(cd ../lib-$OUT; pwd) no-shared
make libcrypto.a -j8 CC=$TOOL-gcc RANLIB=$TOOL-ranlib LD=$TOOL-ld MAKEDEPPROG=$TOOL-gcc PROCESSOR=ARM
make libssl.a -j8 CC=$TOOL-gcc RANLIB=$TOOL-ranlib LD=$TOOL-ld MAKEDEPPROG=$TOOL-gcc PROCESSOR=ARM
cp libcrypto.a ../lib-$OUT
cp libssl.a ../lib-$OUT
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