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C++ Compiler for the iPod touch. How To: Set up GCC on iOS 4 - Static Version Even though I have the source for my iOS port of node up on GitHub, people are apparently still having trouble compiling it on their own since they can't seem to even get gcc up and running properly. I've been meaning to put together a walkthrough of how to set gcc up from a fresh jailbreak, but have been waiting for the iPad 2 jailbreak so I base the walkthrough off of that. Now that @comex finally released (thanks!) , I can finally write it. So here it goes. Fresh Jailbreak, Cydia Installed So this walkthough is being written using a freshly jailbroken iPad 2. The first thing we're gonna want to do is get off the device and onto something with a real keyboard.

So those will allow us to SSH into the device. Log into your iDevice via SSH You must log in as the root user, and the default password is alpine . So log into your iDevice via SSH on another machine. Run this: $ apt - get install uuid csu odcctools rsync Install lib and header files /usr/lib. Compile C applications with gcc on iOS 4 (iPhone) « IT News, Tutorials, Solutions – SYSTEM HALT. Posted by Sergiu on September 12, 2010 I search a lot on internet how to do this, and I found some info from Anastas Stoyanovsky.

Compile C applications with gcc on iOS 4 (iPhone) « IT News, Tutorials, Solutions – SYSTEM HALT

Most people posted that if you install libgcc on iOS 4 it will crash at boot but this is not true. Here is what you need to do in order to be able to compile and run a C application on iphone: 1. You will need to Jailbreak the iPhone first, search on google for more info. 2. Here is an example of hello world using C and gcc to compile on iPhone iOS 4: I used nano hello.c in terminal to open a new files and writed this simple application: #include <stdio.h> int main() { printf(“hello, world\n”); return 0; } and then CTRL+X to save it, then I typed: gcc –o hello hello.c and after that ldid –S hello Now you can run your application using . Related Posts. Apps - Is there a C compiler for iPad. Jailbreak iOS 5 / Jailbreak 5.0.1 / 5.1 / 5.0 / 4.3.5 / Untethered. Dev-Team Blog. How To Download Torrents On iPhone, iPad Without Jailbreaking [Tutorial. Advertisements Apple has never been too keen on BitTorrent clients, blocking every single one from ever reaching the App Store.

But even if you don’t want to jailbreak your phone, there’s a way around this restriction, and best of all, it’s totally free! Let me first begin by saying that if you have a jailbroken phone, you can simply download a torrent client (here, here, or here) from Cydia. Okay, so the first step is to install Filer, an iOS App that lets users manage different files, as well as download them. For the purpose of this tutorial, the Lite version is enough, but if you’re looking to store more than 7 files, the $3.99 full version is highly recommended. First off, open your browser, from your desktop or your phone, you’ll only need the phone in a bit. Paste the torrent’s URL into the only text field on Torrific and hit "Get". Once the download is done, you’ll receive an e-mail notification with a direct link to your file. (via iPhoneItalia)