OISF engine on ARM

Today I installed a Qemu virtual machine with the ARM architecture. I think ARM is becoming an interesting architecture as smartphones and many home routers use it. I was interested in seeing if our OISF engine would compile and run properly on it. So far it seems really well. Compilation was without issue, all our current 800+ unittests ran successfully and it seems to run just fine so far. Too bad the virtual machine is so slow though…

Also, since a few weeks I have a Android based smartphone. Since it runs Linux and uses an ARM CPU I think/hope it should be able to run the engine. I hope to find some time soon to look into Android development for this…

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