[ECOS] Build fails after CVS update

Rutger Hofman rutger@cs.vu.nl
Sat Jun 30 16:12:00 GMT 2007

Gary Thomas wrote:
> Rutger Hofman wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> I updated to the most recent version of the CVS list; the previous
>> checkout was from last february, not too long ago; but I ran into some
>> problems:
>> = the Legacy Flash stuff has disappeared, but I use it (I think I might
>> be the only user, but still!). I can add it back of course.
>> = more seriously: after some conflict resolution, I can instruct
>> ecosconfig to create a tree, which it does without reporting any errors.
>> But it doesn't create a pkgconf/hal.h. It does create/copy a number of
>> include files from my ARM configuration, like hal_arm.h
> What command did you use to checkout/update?
> Did you do this in a clean directory (checkout)?

Well, my .ecc file turns out to be inconsistent, because it used some 
flash dependencies which are gone -- the flash thingy was the problem 
anyway. I cut them away, and now I can generate a tree.

The next problem is now with the flash stuff. The "Legacy API" flash 
code is dependent on older versions of the flash code, so it won't compile.

What is the best way to tackle this? What is the quickest way to tackle 
this? I don't want to port our vendor's flash implementation to the 
newer flash implementation. Is there a way that I can easily restore the 
legacy API stuff?


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