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From: Arthur Norman <acn1@ca...> - 2013-05-23 21:52:14
This is just to note that I have built the CSL version of Reduce
reasonably happily on both the new 64-bit cygwin and on a Beaglebone Black
(ARM 7, 512M, 1GHz).
My current state is that even though I have not got Ubuntu on the
beaglebone to drive its local screen I can ssh in to it with X forwarding
and verify that Reduce can run both in console or graphice mode. It seems
significantly faster than the Raspberry Pi (but of course it is a little
more expensive - so what will suit you best will all depend...). As
regards the 64-bit variant on cygwin I *hope* that in a while there will
start to be neat cross-working between the 32 and 64-bit worlds, and I do
not want to put too much effort into it until then. But what seems most
notable at present is that recompiling everything seems to go amazingly
faster when running in a 64-bit-world shell.