TTS and Genode

Johannes Kliemann kliemann at
Fri Dec 14 09:38:14 CET 2018

Hi Cedric,

I looked through your pad and noticed that you removed Ada support. Since you 
already have GCC 7.3 on your system you could install the GNAT Community 2018 
version which also uses GCC 7.3. Both requirements to build the toolchain with 
Ada support should be possible (although I have no idea if you need to compile 
GNAT Community from source since I'm not familiar with Haiku).

Aside from that it could be possible to only disable the version check and use 
another GNAT version if no fitting version is available. We successfully 
compiled Ada components on Genode with GNAT versions different from the 
toolchain (although we didn't compile the tool chain with a different GNAT 
version yet).


On Tuesday, 11 December 2018 12:45:02 CET ttcoder at wrote:
> Howdy all,
> We are a (very small) company looking for a good home for our software
> suite. The Be-derived OS we've been using served us well for a long time,
> but instability has become a problem of late, with kernel/drivers crashes
> -- obviously that is where a micro-kernel/framework would shine. My
> thinking goes, if we are to 'port' our SW we might as well go for state of
> the art. That way, it will be the first and last time we do that
> transition. Our clients don't need (nor event want!) all the bells and
> whistles of a commodity OS; they just need a solid kernel with our apps
> running full-screen. So it appears to be a perfect match with Genode/nova,
> nitpicker et alia, keeping in mind I of course have some huge work ahead of
> me.
> Anyway long story short: although I'm very enthusiastic about Genode, I
> first need to get my greedy hands on it and compile it. I've been failing
> at that repeatedly ever since doing my first git clone, ca. 18.05
> A collaborative worksheet might be better suited for copy-pasting error
> messages and for organizing thoughts (rather than cluttering this
> mailing-list): I've created this etherpad as a companion venue for working
> on this, in case there is interest:
> I'll update it with my progress. Very eager to get the ball rolling and
> start working with Genode. If all else fails I guess I'll
> download/install/learn to use Linux. But since all my software is haiku
> native, I'd have to constantly reboot from one OS to the other, hurting
> productivity. It's probably worthwhile for me to invest time in building
> Genode and run 'scenarios' (qemu) directly from within Haiku.
> Thanks,
> Cedric,
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