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Zack Snyder's Justice League is a Real Treat!

Posted 3/19/2021

I really enjoyed this presentation of my favourite superhero team in action. I first became invested in the heroes of DC Comic's universe while watching the Justice League TV series . That show did a good job of showcasing each hero's powers and character, while also investing in their deep storylines of grand scale and high stakes.

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Custom build environment for BlackBerry 10

Posted 3/4/2021

This package provides makefiles and shell scripts that create a custom environment in which to build software for BlackBerry 10 from the command line or using current IDEs.

  • Compile software using both the official gcc-4.6.3 compiler and the new 9.3.0.
  • Once you have developer credentials, package and launch easily from the command line or integrate the process into your own IDE (more testing/refinement to come)
  • Test new software as if you were programming for your desktop environment. QNX is just that awesome!
  • Coming soon:
    • Obtaining developer credentials without running Momentics.
    • Edit and build from the latest Eclipse IDE
    • Viewing live console output and debug integration.
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Development Tools for BlackBerry 10

Posted 2/26/2021

This toolchain enables C and C++ programmers to compile software for BlackBerry 10 (BB10) using a custom-built gcc-9.3.0!

  • Build or download a current compiler compliant with modern standards.
  • Compile C++11 - C++17 programs and shared libraries.
  • Learn and test POSIX-compatible software with minimal modifications.
  • Coming soon:
    • Ready-made Makefiles and shell scripts for easier command-line work.
    • Edit and build from the latest Eclipse IDE
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Alternative/similar toolchain by extrowerk.
Z10 displaying text from a file processed using C++17's string_view
Successful build of gcc-9.3.0 libstdc++
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