I’m getting ready to join into development of Fujinet, which is a WiFi modem (+ some other stuff) for retro computers - mostly Atari 8bit.
Interestingly, I wanted to do it on a homogenous platform, which is the Raspberry Pi 0 W. For this, I installed a minimal version of Debian (Raspbian 11 Lite) and PlatformIO with the command “pip install platformio”.
Later I downloaded the Fujinet source tree from github and tried to build it with “pio run”,
but the build process has been failed.
I was able to diagnose and fix the following PlatformIO 5.2.4 errors:
- rebuilding tool-ninja
- rebuilding tool-cmake
- rebuilding tool-mkspiffs
Installed binaries crashed with “segmentation fault”.
Added “C” linkage fix to files:
Removed EC-ACC cert in the file:
So… Where and whom I can report it and send archives to build with binary files ?
Summarizing the whole experiment…
Now I can build the source tree and they are ready to upload for the ESP32 device.
One thing is that the whole process takes a very long time. Even if I try to build incrementally.
From scratch, all libraries and source time compilation is about 2h.
I think is possible to cut the time with leave many checkings, updatings, etc…