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Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Noob question, how do I checkout a pr locally?
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
i merged them
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Thanks.
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
they were already ested
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
PR works.
List<T>.add() now works as well! Great work @quajak !
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
so 1 thing we could use help with is curating pr's and issues
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Sounds good.
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
tehn if you come across something that's small, we can get you going
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Let me know what you need.
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
@wessupermare Are you on the Cosmos channel as well?
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
@mterwoord Yes.
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
ok
that one is the main channel
(btw, the "curate issues/pr's" counts for all 3 main projects, cosmos, il2cpu, xsharp)
if you encoutner an issue which you think is not too much work, feel free to ping me, so i can possibly get you started with it
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Sounds good, thanks!
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
Hello I get this error when trying to install Cosmos. https://pastebin.com/0f8CPv5b
jp2masa
@jp2masa
did you clone all the required repos?
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
how do i do that
user kit zip
jp2masa
@jp2masa
ok, wait a second
jp2masa
@jp2masa
why are you trying to build user kit sources?
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
i just wanna install cosmos to make an os
jp2masa
@jp2masa
you can use the installer
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
then whats the point of the zip
for devs?
jp2masa
@jp2masa
that's automatically created by github
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
ok ty
how do i make cosmos compatible with virtualbox oracle
jp2masa
@jp2masa
?
Kuzey Cimen
@KuzeyC
like when i run the program i want it to start virtualbox
jp2masa
@jp2masa
we don't support virtualbox officially
Wes Sleeman
@wessupermare
Build an ISO and boot VBox off that. I think that's probably your best bet.
Matthijs ter Woord
@mterwoord
@wessupermare the boxing thingy is more complex than i thought.
not a wise thing to start out with... :)
agentmagma123
@agentmagma123
you can just set output mode to iso image and you just use that as your iso file to setup linux or windows
or any virtualbox like vmware
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
Hello, what is the assembler you guys are planning to use for ARM porting?
Christopher Schaefer
@disks86
I think that is up for debate. My recommendation was the gnu assembler. It supports ARM and riscV.
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
Thanks Christopher! Is there any work started on XSharp or IL2CPU for ARM? I took a quick look on the code and was not able to find it
Kudzu
@czhower
Nothing yet.. just some preliminary planning. I had planned to get to X# recently but June/July has been a disaster for me. Failed hard drives, dead motherboard, replacement lost in shipment, dead AC in office... and thats just the tip of my crapberg.
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
I would love to help you guys on that
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
The XSharp.Assembler namespace seems to be a good place to start, doesn't it?
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
Since the target is the Raspberry Pi and the boards available currently cover 3 different ARM architectures (v6, v7, and v8), I'm wondering what would be best instruction grouping to organize the instruction code
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
If I understood correctly, the current documentation sees all the instructions through 3 groups: T32, A32, and A64
Kudzu
@czhower
Can you join our XSharp room?
Marcelo Caetano
@marcelocaetano
Yes, I just joined it
Kudzu
@czhower
Great! Ping there and Charles and I can respond....