[ECOS] ecos compiling on cygwin.

diego diego_liu@263.net
Thu Dec 6 18:47:00 GMT 2001


>diego wrote:
>>
>> hi,
>> i want to compiling ecos on cygwin/win2000,target to powerpc-eabi.
>> i have built the toolchain for ppc. when i press build->build libraries.
>> the following messages occurs:
>>
>> *** Process 1384 created "make -j1"
>> make -r -C hal/common/v1_3_1 headers
>> make[1]: Entering directory `/e/mpcfads/1_build/hal/common/v1_3_1'
>> makefile:76: //E/redhat/packages/pkgconf/rules.mak: No such host or network path
>> make[1]: stat://E/redhat/packages/pkgconf/rules.mak: No such host or network path
>> make[1]: *** No rule to make target `//E/redhat/packages/pkgconf/rules.mak'.  Stop.
>> make[1]: Leaving directory `/e/mpcfads/1_build/hal/common/v1_3_1'
>> make: *** [headers] Error 2
>>
>> *** Process 1384 terminated (rc=2)
>> *** Killing process 1384 (TerminateProcess)
>>
>> is  my configuration  not correct.
>> i have set the path and etc.can any one give me some instructions?
>
>It looks a lot like you need to use a new configuration tool since I guess
>you are using cygwin 1.3.3 or above. You can get it from
>http://sources.redhat.com/ecos/anoncvs.html, although you may need to
>create a file called cyg_type.inc in the
>packages/infra/v1_3_1/current/include/ directory relative to the base of
>your eCos installation.
i found the problem, i have to modify every makefile under the build tree
the configtool generate.
change  REPOSITORY= //E/redhat/pack...... to REPOSITORY= /E/redhat/pack...

Certainly have to mount e: as /e first.
can new configtool prevent this problem.?

Regards

Diego


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            diego
            diego_liu@263.net


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