Including 3rd party library headers?

James Fitzsimons james.fitzsimons at
Wed Jan 29 09:29:54 UTC 2014

Thanks Andrei,

I'm using a very plain vanilla environment at the moment. Ubuntu 13.10 with
tool chain built using rtems source builder.

I'm using the template makefile for my test application, and am just
running make directly from bash.

No IDE or fancy build environment yet!


On 29 January 2014 17:01, Andrei Chichak <groups at> wrote:

> I believe what Sebastian is referring to is the environment that you are
> using for your compiles. In my case, I am using a Mac and Eclipse, I set
> <C/C++ Build><Settings><Tool Settings><RTEMS C
> Compiler><Preprocessor><Include Paths (-I)>.
> Your milage will vary, but if you tell us what you are driving, there may
> be someone here that can help.
> Andrei
> On 2014-January-28, at 2:11 PM, James Fitzsimons <
> james.fitzsimons at> wrote:
> > Hi Sebastian,
> >
> > Thanks for your reply.
> >
> > Ideally I was hoping to us the -I option to specify the header file
> location, I just can't quite figure out where to add that into the RTEMS
> makefile structure. Looking at the make/README I can see a good example of
> how to link in other libraries using LD_LIBS, but there's nothing about
> including other header files.
> >
> > Apologies if I am missing something obvious!
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