ifLib.c missing/not ported to rtems-libbsd???

Gedare Bloom gedare at rtems.org
Wed May 31 22:24:25 UTC 2017

On Mon, May 22, 2017 at 1:00 PM, Phong Pham <phongvanpham at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Sebastian,
>> The i386 BSP may not work with the latest libbsd version. In addition, the
>> i386 BSP should be replaced with an x86_64 BSP.
> Just want a clarification, the code that is checked in to the main line is
> not guarantee to be compile-able as in this case, compiling a BSP like
> pc386.cfg in ...\rtems\c\src\lib\libbsp\i386\pc386\make\custom, install
> them, and compiling rtems-libbsd will result a compilation failure?
> In another word, you are not guaranteeing everything on rtems-libbsd main
> line to be at least compileable?  If you're not guaranteeing that, then
> would it make sense to not even include LIBBSP_I386_PC386_BSP_H support in
> nexus-devices.h?  In my opinion, the best way is to only add a given BSP in
> nexus-devices.h when it can be shown to be compileable.
I think it used to work a long time back. There is a lack of
interest/funding for improving the i386 BSP currently, so it is
starting to show some bit rot / age.

> Phong.
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