hello world or other test app non-automake makefile

Gedare Bloom gedare at gwmail.gwu.edu
Mon Jul 26 15:12:16 UTC 2010

Are you talking about building standalone apps? If so, you might try
looking at the examples-v2 CVS repository, which has some sample
applications that build outside of RTEMS. You still have to point the
Makefile to the installed/built rtems, by setting the
RTEMS_MAKEFILE_PATH and RTEMS_ROOT environment variables.

If you build and install RTEMS to /opt/rtems-4.10/sparc-rtems4.10 then
I think you want:

If you are talking about building the sptests/psxtests etc, then check
how you configure RTEMS, if you have --enable-tests=samples, then
configure won't setup the build for the other test executables.
Instead you just want --enable-tests, which I believe is the default


On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 10:57 AM, Lisa A. Day <day at lanl.gov> wrote:
> I'm learning RTEMS (4.10) and have successfully been able to build, load,
> and run the testsuites/samples programs on my leon3 dev board without
> problem. However, outside this samples directory, I have not been able to
> build any of the apps. I don't know if its a Makefile issue or not...  My
> thought is if I could get my hands on one of the testsuites/samples
> makefiles that is not dependent on the installation dir, I can make sense of
> where I'm going astray -- CONFIG, environment, or path issues, etc.
> Does anyone have such an example?
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