Howto port autoconf based application to RTEMS.
Joel Sherrill <joel@OARcorp.com>
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Thu Jan 13 22:47:42 UTC 2005
Karel Gardas wrote:
> On Thu, 13 Jan 2005, Joel Sherrill <joel at OARcorp.com> wrote:
>>>>>Please file a PR on "rtems_bsdnet" to RTEMS GNATS.
>>>>filed as: `networking/741' -- I have not been able to find rtems_bsdnet in
>>>>GNATS web form...
>>>Sorry, a confusing typo. I meant you to file a PR on
>>When you configure an autoconf package and it probes the installed
>>RTEMS, there are two files used which should never be used in a
>>"real application" -- the default crt0.o and the dummy configuration.
>>The file cpukit/libmisc/dummy.c is where this should go. I think
>>cutting and pasting the network configuration from samples/loopback
>>should be WAY more than it takes.
>>I think adding something like this will work if
>>RTEMS_HAS_NETWORKING is the right constant:
> Thanks for the idea, but unfortunatelly RTEMS_HAS_NETWORKING seems to not
> be defined while building libdummy.a even if networking is enabled. In
> addition libdummy.a is considered as a "not-install" library so it is not
> installed by default.
> I'm talking here about latest CVS trunk +
> gcc3.4.3/binutils2.15/newlib1.13_Ralf_patch combination.
I wondered about whether it is defined. I guess it won't be defined
unless the Makefile.am/configure stuff for libmisc is setup to do that.
The sparc/erc32 Makefile.am has an example of changing the cpp flags
based on the autoconf value HAS_NETWORKING.
Ralf.. any better advice? :)
> Karel Gardas kgardas at objectsecurity.com
> ObjectSecurity Ltd. http://www.objectsecurity.com
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