Hello World in C on Android
If you've been following the Android world, you'd know that Android's SDK requires you to write apps in Java. Ever since I got my phone I've been dying to run a Hello World C program, but I've been unable to get the right cross compiler for it.
Today I finally managed to do it using CodeSourcery's cross compiler on linux. A cross compiler is something which allows you to compile on one architecture (the host) and run the executable binary on another (the target). In this case, the host is the linux machine where we'll install the toolchain (linux intel x86) and android phone is the host (arm).
Download CodeSourcery's toolchain installer for GNU/Linux target for IA32 host
Install it: sh arm-2008q3-72-arm-none-linux-gnueabi.bin
The toolchain provides the cross compiler arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc. You need to put it's directory in your $PATH. Once you have the toolchain, you can easily compile your hello world program: arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc -o hello -static hello.c
Copy the binary to your phone and run it from an adb shellprompt: ./hello
用 read-elf 確認 Machine 是 ARM