I’ve spent a fair amount of time this week getting the Github documentation for webthree-umbrella-cross into a state which might actually be useful for other people. Please do check it out 🙂
There are even some pre-releases available for download:
There is a very large test matrix of platforms we still need to get working and various other TODOs, but we’re certainly getting close to a complete end-to-end solution.
This week has also seen my first Ethereum commits, with the automated dependency graph being the largest so far. Getting that graph generation correct was a large chunk of my work week, but I am very happy with the result.
I am off for a week’s vacation tomorrow and will be completely unplugged from the Internet. Anthony is ramping down on the project now, but still has some work on his plate for the coming week.
When I return from vacation, I’ll keep working through the Open Issues, which include cloning the ETHDEV C++ team’s Jenkins instance, and adding automation to the same level for cross-builds, and bringing up my home mobile/wearable test farm.
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