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Re: Adding library to libtarget.a
- From: Andrew Lunn <andrew at lunn dot ch>
- To: Heiko Panther <heiko dot panther at web dot de>
- Cc: Andrew Lunn <andrew at lunn dot ch>, ecos-discuss at ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 15:29:05 +0100
- Subject: Re: [ECOS] Adding library to libtarget.a
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On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 02:27:25PM +0100, Heiko Panther wrote:
> >>I have a libmylib.a which is needed by my serial I/O code. Usually, I
> >>link it when I link my app. Now when I want to build redboot, I don't
> >>know how to link it. It would be fine for me to always link libmylib.a
> >>into libtarget.a, as a part of the HAL package probably. How can I do
> >What you are talking about is adding a new package to eCos. The eCos
> >build system will then build the package when it builds the rest of
> >eCos and make you new package part of libtarget.a. Take a look at the
> >http://ecos.sourceware.org/docs-latest/cdl-guide/cdl-guide.html and
> >look at some of the other packages in eCos. The cdl file in each
> >package is the key to all this.
> Right. My question should have been, "How do I use a library in a
> package?". I've seen how you add source files to a package - with the
> compile statement. I found no similar statement to add a library. I only
> have the library, not the source files.
OK. I assumed you had sources.
edit the ecos.ecc file. Look at option CYGBLD_GLOBAL_LDFLAGS. You
should be able to add the extra link parameters there.
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