Cross-platform (x86 -> PPC) development now?

For the last six months, I have been using the QNX 4.xx platform to
build Neutrino images to flash on a PPC rpxlite. Can I start using the
current QNXRTP to do the same? Will the same mkifs, mkefs, qcc
build/make files work?

I really like the idea of being able to build and test my C and Java on
a 386 based box before having to move to the flash based environment -
it’ll save me lots of cycle time (I hope).

To date, I have not seen anything definitive regarding doing this.
There are some references to package components for an RTP PPC runtime.

Any clarifications would be appreciated

You pretty much can, however the packages to target PPC are in
only in ‘beta’ status I think. Also, I’m not certain but I think you’ve
got to pay for them as well.

“John Cunningham” <john.cunningham@home.com> wrote in message
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For the last six months, I have been using the QNX 4.xx platform to
build Neutrino images to flash on a PPC rpxlite. Can I start using the
current QNXRTP to do the same? Will the same mkifs, mkefs, qcc
build/make files work?

I really like the idea of being able to build and test my C and Java on
a 386 based box before having to move to the flash based environment -
it’ll save me lots of cycle time (I hope).

To date, I have not seen anything definitive regarding doing this.
There are some references to package components for an RTP PPC runtime.

Any clarifications would be appreciated