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00:45:32  <caitp>apparently arm7l linux wants to use the linux64 gn, which is for an incompatible architecture, so it fails
00:45:52  <caitp>that's kind of awkward
00:49:28  <aklein>caitp: good news is it looks like at least one Arm bot liked your patch: https://build.chromium.org/p/client.v8.ports/builders/V8%20Arm%20-%20debug
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08:06:30  <littledan___>Aklein, not a problem
08:07:41  <littledan___>Aklein, thanks for following up on those two performance bugs
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17:01:27  <jwolfe>am i in the right hangouts for the meeting?
17:04:25  <jwolfe>ok, i was just the only one less than 3 minutes late i guess :S
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21:31:33  <caitp>okay, after much effort, I have an arm7l chromebook capable of building and debugging v8
21:31:45  <caitp>so, in the future, can verify arm-specific issues
21:31:46  <caitp>yay.
21:32:28  <caitp>I think I can write that off at 30% depreciation for a few years
21:36:54  <aklein>caitp: heh, awesome
21:37:24  <aklein>how do you have it set up for debugging v8?
21:38:33  <caitp>developer mode + crouton + fetch chromium + build arm binaries for ninja/gn + put them where chromium build tools expect them to be and repeat on every gclient sync
21:39:03  <caitp>i'm sure there's a better way to do that last part
21:40:42  <caitp>I think if I can convince the depot_tools scripts that it's an android device, it can probably just use the android arm7 binaries, if there are any
21:42:46  <aklein>oh, interesting. surprised that you're actually _building_ on that machine. no hope of cross-compiling?
21:43:01  <aklein>that's certainly what we do to run stuff on Android
21:43:25  <caitp>cross compiling would be ideal, but when trying I ran into some issues with it
21:43:48  <caitp>and the documentation for it on the v8 wiki is very, very out of date
21:43:50  <aklein>I've never done it in v8 alone, fwiw, only with Chromium, and I had to follow lots of docs
21:46:12  <caitp>when I was a student, I had done something similar building node.js on a raspberry pi natively, and using it to talk to an RFID reader and stuff
21:46:20  <caitp>seems like it's only gotten harder to do anything like that since then
21:46:50  <caitp>because it was surprisingly minimal effort to do that without cross compiling, back in the day
21:48:19  <aklein>caitp: trying a cross-compile now...
21:48:34  <aklein>I had to run "build/linux/sysroot_scripts/install-sysroot.py --arch=arm"
21:48:39  <aklein>but now it seems like I'm off to the races
21:49:14  <aklein>generated a binary :)
21:49:48  <aklein>caitp: it looks like that install-sysroot thing should get you a usable cross-compiling toolchain
21:49:59  <aklein>now whether it generates a binary that'll run well on your crouton box...
21:50:34  <caitp>the crouton box is more or less in the same state as our arm7l box in the igalia office, so it should be more or less the same
21:51:29  <caitp>if I had to bet, i'd guess the arm7 box is just some rooted android tv box
21:52:08  <caitp>or maybe even cheaper than that
21:58:48  <aklein>oh wow, android tv, I'd totally forgotten about that product
22:00:56  <caitp>a number of customers are trying to build similar things, so it makes sense to have something like that around to test webkitgtk on arm, I guess
22:02:30  <caitp>I'm confident I'm not violating any NDAs saying something as vague as that, but better leave it there
22:04:11  <aklein>sg :)
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