[ECOS] User libraries
Wed Apr 16 12:04:00 GMT 2008
>From: Davies, Greg [mailto:Greg.Davies@Ultra-UEMS.com]
>Sent: 16 April 2008 11:40
>To: Steven Clugston
>Subject: RE: [ECOS] User libraries
>> From: Steven Clugston
>> I would like to be able to create and link in some of my own
>> generic library code into an eCos app.
>> I am slightly phased by this due to the custom linker script
>> that is used by eCos.
>Don't worry about the linker script. You have to use it, but
>linking in regular static libraries is just a matter of using
>-l (and maybe -L), or at least that's been my experience. I
>don't have a readable makefile since I let eclipse take care
>of all that for me. You seem to have covered everything, no
>startup files, no standard libs, link whatever.
Thanks Gary and Greg.
As it happens, the libraries I want to use I've got already as eclipse
managed projects so it would be convienient if I could just create
another build profile for them for eCos as well as the standard Linux
I'm just curious how you've (Greg) setup the build with eclipse, do you
have all of your libraries as managed make project then the application
object as a standard make project for which you provide a makefile, or
are you able to set up a managed project to use the eCos linker script?
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