[ECOS] Inter-package visibility

Michele Portolan michele.Portolan@imag.fr
Wed Mar 24 13:26:00 GMT 2004


Hi,
I defined  package of mine, but I cannnot use it inside other eCos
pre'existent ones.
I have:
 a configuration header: <pkgconf/mypkg.h>
a module header and relative source file:  mymodule.h and mymodule.c
inside I have only one function: void myfunction(void)
in mymodule.h i defined it as "extern" (I saw it done in some examples, like
errno.h/errno.c)

I all compiles fine: I tried to modify the hellowerld program and I an able
to call my function:

>/* this is a simple hello world program */
>#include <stdio.h>
>#include <mymodule.h>

>int main(void)
>{
>  printf("Hello, eCos world\n");
>  myfunction();
>  return 0;
>}

I then tried to use it inside the scheduler (my real goal) in the same way
(#include <mymodule.h> ) but it doesn't work! eCos compiles just fine but
when I try to use it to compile a HelloWorld it tells me:

>prove_conf_install//lib/libtarget.a(kernel_sched.o): In function `global
destructors keyed to 11000.cyg_scheduler_sched_lock':
>/ecos-c/cygwin/opt/ecos-2.0/packages/kernel/v2_0/src/sched/sched.cxx:104:
undefined reference to `myfunction(void)'
>collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>make: *** [test_config] Error 1

What is the problem? Please help, I am completely blocked!

Thanks everyone,

Michele Portolan



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