[ECOS] CDL include_files property
Fri Dec 5 23:22:00 GMT 2008
>>>>> "Jay" == Jay Foster <email@example.com> writes:
Jay> I have a situation where I need to have some header files
Jay> copied from their repository directory
Jay> (<package>/current/include/) to the install tree
Jay> (.../install/include/). I added these files using an
Jay> "include_files" property in the package CDL file, but they
Jay> don't get copied to the install tree. The files do not have a
Jay> .h or .hxx file extension. Is there some way to make this
Jay> As a (bad) kludge, I can add a source file that includes
Jay> them, which creates a dependency rule in the makefile that
Jay> does copy them, but only when the package is actually built,
Jay> not when the install tree is populated. These header files
Jay> can also be used by other packages, which might get compiled
Jay> first (and fail).
I am not aware of any problems in this area, and the include_files
property is used in a number of packages (objloader, httpd, ...) so I
assume it works fine for those. You'll need to do some investigation
to find out exactly what does and does not work.
Alternatively you could use one or more custom build rules, see e.g.
CYGINT_HAL_M68K_USE_STANDARD_PLATFORM_STUB_SUPPORT in the M68K
architectural HAL, but it would be better to investigate the
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