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-===== Setting ​UP the Deviation Build Environment =====+===== Setting ​Up the Deviation Build Environment =====
  
-**NOTE: It is now strongly recommended that you use Docker images to build Deviation. ​ Instructions for building can be found [[development:​docker | here]].+**NOTE: It is now strongly recommended that you use Docker images to build Deviation. ​ Instructions for building can be found [[development:​docker | here]]** 
 + 
 + 
 +==== Building for ARM (on Linux) ==== 
 +  - download and install the pre-compiled Linux compiler from here: https://​developer.arm.com/​open-source/​gnu-toolchain/​gnu-rm/​downloads 
 +    * Note that the only supported compiler for Deviation is gcc-arm-none-eabi-8-2018-q4. ​ You can find the link to this from here: https://​developer.arm.com/​-/​media/​Files/​downloads/​gnu-rm/​8-2018q4/​gcc-arm-none-eabi-8-2018-q4-major-linux.tar.bz2 
 +  - Add the path to the '​bin'​ directory to your PATH 
 + 
 +==== Building for ARM (on Windows) ==== 
 +  - Download and install the precompiled windows compiler from here: https://​developer.arm.com/​open-source/​gnu-toolchain/​gnu-rm/​downloads 
 +    * Note that the only supported compiler for Deviation is gcc-arm-none-eabi-8-2018-q4. ​ You can find the link to this from here: https://​armkeil.blob.core.windows.net/​developer/​Files/​downloads/​gnu-rm/​8-2018q4/​gcc-arm-none-eabi-8-2018-q4-major-win32.zip 
 +  - Add path to '​bin'​ directory to your PATH (I like to put this into ~/.profile so it is there each time I start msys): ''​export PATH=/​mingw/​stm32/​bin:​$PATH''​ 
 +  - Ensure python is installed. ​ If not install it from here: http://​www.python.org/​download/​releases/​2.7.3/​ 
 +  - Add python to your msys path: ''​export PATH="/​c/<​path to python>":​$PATH''​ 
 +    * For example: ''​export PATH="/​c/​Program Files/​Python27":​$PATH)''​ 
 + 
 +==== Building the Windows binary on Linux ==== 
 +First install fltk: 
 +  apt-get install mingw32 mingw32-binutils mingw32-runtime 
 +  <​Download and unpack fltk source code> 
 +  ./configure --disable-largefile --enable-localjpeg \ 
 +           ​--enable-localzlib --enable-localpng \ 
 +           ​--disable-gl --host=i586-mingw32msvc \ 
 +           ​--prefix=/​opt/​fltk-w32 
 +  make 
 +  sudo make install 
 + 
 +Next install portaudio:​ 
 +  <​Download and unpack portaudio source code> 
 +  ./configure --prefix=/​opt/​portaudio-w32 
 +  make 
 +  sudo make install 
 + 
 +==== Building the Windows binary on Windows ==== 
 +First install MingW: 
 +  * Download the mingw installer as per: http://​www.mingw.org/​wiki/​Getting_Started 
 +  * Run the installer, and select '​C++',​ '​MSYS'​ and the '​Developer Toolkit'​ 
 + 
 +Next, install fltk: 
 +  * Download fltk from here: http://​fltk.org/​software.php?​VERSION=1.3.0&​FILE=fltk/​1.3.0/​fltk-1.3.0-source.tar.gz 
 +  * Start msys (you should have an icon, but otherwise run C:​\MingW\msys\1.0\msys.bat 
 +  * mkdir src 
 +  * cd src 
 +  * Untar fltk: tar -xzf <path to fltk download>​ (you can get to your C: drive in mingw using /​c/​Users/<​user>/​Downloads for example) 
 +  * cd fltk-1.3.0 
 +  * ./​configure 
 +  * make 
 +  * make install 
 + 
 +Then, install portaudio:​ 
 +  * Download portaudio from here: http://​www.portaudio.com/​archives/​pa_stable_v19_20111121.tgz 
 +  * Start msys (you should have an icon, but otherwise run C:​\MingW\msys\1.0\msys.bat 
 +  * cd src 
 +  * Untar portaudio: tar -xzf <path to portaudio download>​ (you can get to your C: drive in mingw using /​c/​Users/<​user>/​Downloads for example) 
 +  * cd portaudio 
 +  * ./​configure 
 +  * make 
 +  * make install 
 + 
 +Finally, install Deviation:​ 
 +  * Download the source code for deviation. You'll need mercurial to keep track of changes (which will require installing python), but you can manually download a zip of the source from bitbucket.org/​PhracturedBlue/​deviation 
 +  * cd ~/src 
 +  * cp -pf <path to deviation src code> deviation 
 +  * cd deviation/​src 
 + 
 +==== Building Deviation ==== 
 + 
 +  * The default build target is the devo8 transmitter. ​ If you type ''​make''​ in the deviation/​src directory this is what you will get. 
 + 
 +  * Other transmitters can be specified on the make cmdline: ​ ''​make devo10 devo7e''​ 
 + 
 +  * Creating packaged zip files can be done by pre-pending '​zip_':​ ''​make zip_devo10''​ 
 + 
 +  * Building the emulator is done by pre-pending '​emu_':​ ''​make emu_devo8''​ or ''​make zip_emu_devo8''​ 
 + 
 +  * Building the windows version of the emulator can be done vie: ''​make win_emu_devo8'' ​ or ''​make zip_win_emu_devo8''​
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