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Re: Working with 2 separate eCos installations
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On Tue, 1 Feb 2011, Elad Yosef wrote:
> I'm just using the ecosenv.sh that assumed to do it.
> I also use other build tools, so I have to change the build-tools as
> I don't want to switch it manually every time.
AFAIK, on Linux configtool saves settings of the latest session and I
hope it reads it on start.
% ls ~/.eCosConfigTool
% grep Dir= ~/.eCosConfigTool
I hope the same in Cygwin... I think that a bit of scripting would get
you some automation.
> Lars Poeschel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Am 01.02.2011 um 09:34 schrieb Elad Yosef:
> >> Hi,
> >> I have 2 work-spaces for RedBoot/eCos The first installed one was
> >> for RedBoot( i have fully installed eCos and later removed unused
> >> things)
> >> The second installed for the eCos Application (regular full eCos
> >> install + my platform stuff)
> >> When I'm switching between the 2 work-spaces, I invoke the
> >> configtool from inside the workspace, But the repository and the
> >> build tool paths are not switching!
> > As far as I know you only have to switch the ECOS_REPOSITORY
> > environment variable. Have you done that ?
> > Regards,
> > Lars
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