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CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?

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CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?
« on: 01 / October / 2011, 13:01:34 »
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I'm trying to use CHDK Shell an I find it very usefull tool, but I'm a little bit confused, since after a compilation I can't find created binaries. I tried to look in a few locations and haven't found.

There's nothing about this on the CHDK Shell's wiki page.

So - where is my new CHDK build?
if (2*b || !2*b) {
    cout<<question
}

Compile error: poor Yorick

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Re: CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?
« Reply #1 on: 01 / October / 2011, 13:15:30 »
So - where is my new CHDK build?
--> after compiling you'll find the binaries & logs in the \bin folder under the trunk you've compiled,
e.g.  CHDK-Shell\DE\trunk\trunk726\bin

Press the "Source Code Folder" button and the shell opens an explorer window automatically in the correct source tree folder, now just go to the \bin folder there...

Re: CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?
« Reply #2 on: 01 / October / 2011, 13:26:17 »
As simple as possible! Thank you! I'll write it on wiki;)

Ok, but should there be a PS.FI2 file? I didn't get it. I copied this file from autobuild and now I'm not sure wheter I have native functions enabled or not...
« Last Edit: 01 / October / 2011, 17:08:31 by outslider »
if (2*b || !2*b) {
    cout<<question
}

Compile error: poor Yorick

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Re: CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?
« Reply #3 on: 01 / October / 2011, 22:20:14 »
As simple as possible! Thank you! I'll write it on wiki;)

Ok, but should there be a PS.FI2 file? I didn't get it. I copied this file from autobuild and now I'm not sure wheter I have native functions enabled or not...
The FI2 is only generated if you have the FI2 keys configured.

PS.FI2 and DISKBOOT.BIN are two complete, independent CHDK binaries. You use one or the other, and and whichever one you aren't using has no effect on CHDK functionality.

PS.FI2 is used when you load manually with "firmware update"
DISKBOOT.BIN is used when you load with a bootable SD card.
Don't forget what the H stands for.


Re: CHDK Shell - where are the created binaries?
« Reply #4 on: 01 / October / 2011, 22:37:18 »
Ok, but should there be a PS.FI2 file? I didn't get it. I copied this file from autobuild and now I'm not sure wheter I have native functions enabled or not...
Native functions and PS.FI2 are two seperate build options.  Having one does not get you the other.



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