Here we're saying that X can be either 5-10 or 11-12, and Y can be either 8-20 or 30-31, and that X must be bigger than Y. The FD.js solver then figures out all the possible combinations for the two that match the rules.
Looks to indeed be a soft float / hard float compatibility issue. I'll be looking into solutions and coding alternates if there is a soft float solution.
Now have a working solution in a script named ARM_NodeJS_Installer (option 3) for Android users that duel boot with Debian Kit. Now looking forward to playing around with NoFlo :-)
Henri Bergius is a former Viking based in the Nordic country of Finland. When he is not exploring the cave cities of Georgia or running with bulls in Pamplona, Bergie works on a new generation of web editing interfaces with Create.js and Flow-Based Programming with NoFlo.
After half decade of regular web development, Henri got involved with free software in 1999 when he coordinated the public release of the Midgard content management system. Since then he has been actively working on integrating standards like RSS and Microformats into the system and traveling the world advocating for interoperation between open source CMSs.