Using rtl-host in covor - some questions
joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com
Tue Aug 26 19:07:02 UTC 2014
Do we need to remove things from rtems-testing since the
official version is not in rtems-tools?
And what about the rtl-host build dependency? Is it time to
move it as well?
On 8/25/2014 6:17 AM, Krzysztof Mięsowicz wrote:
> 2014-08-24 5:32 GMT+02:00 Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org
> <mailto:chrisj at rtems.org>>:
> On 23/08/2014 2:54 pm, Krzysztof Mięsowicz wrote:
> Where should I place this image? Is there any RTEMS ftp or
> like this where could I put it, or maybe should I just push it
> to some
> Dropbox or sth and download it with RSB?
> There is ftp.rtems.org <http://ftp.rtems.org> and that is where
> the image can be placed. Maybe a binary under rtems-tools.git. I
> am not sure.
> I need to add something like '%fetch' to the RSB to allow a
> configuration file the ability to do this.
> A binary under rtems-tools repo is probably simpler for now - it could
> be placed in the same directory as other coverage-related files from
> rtems-testing repo like some css files, and configuration file
> introduced by me.
> Chris, should I move rtl-host repo into rtems-tools or wait
> for your
> There are a couple if issues to resolve. First is how to merge the
> commit history from the rtl-host repo into the rtems-tools repo. I
> would like the commit history to be present so the history of who
> has worked on the code is maintained. Second, what is the
> structure in the rtems-tools repo and how to we integrate the
> various bits under a waf build tree ?
> About the structure - on my PC I copied rtl-host directory just into
> rtems-tools directory, so tree output is as follows:
> ├── doc
> │ ├── asciidoc
> │ └── images
> ├── rtemstoolkit
> ├── rtl-host
> │ ├── build-linux2
> │ ├── elftoolchain
> │ ├── libiberty
> │ ├── waf-tools
> │ └── win32
> ├── tester
> │ ├── config
> │ ├── covoar
> │ ├── rt
> │ └── rtems
> └── tools
> ├── 4.10
> ├── 4.11
> ├── 4.9
> └── libffi
> Then, I was able to point from covoar/wscript to rtl-host/build-linux2
> dir where librld.a is placed, and link with this library. I think this
> is not perfect solution, because rtl-host must be built independently
> before covoar - but it works for now. You can find diff for covoar
> wscript attached.
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