Libgloss tree and diference between "architecture" and "platform".
Tue Jan 18 16:56:00 GMT 2005
Nick Clifton wrote:
> Hi Paul,
>> Should i create a new directory in the libgloss tree (like
>> libgloss/myplatform) or should i create specific files in the arm one
>> (like libgloss/arm/redboot-syscalls.c i provide
>> libgloss/arm/myplatform-syscalls.c) ?
> I would strongly suggest that you use the libgloss/arm directory.
Seconded. That is the whole idea of the libgloss directory. You build for arm
and can then link in a variety of bsps to support particular boards. As well,
it is helpful when an exact match doesn't exist so that a developer can look for
the closest match.
> If you are going to be creating lots of files you might like to use a
> sub-directory off this directory, eg:
It will be much easier for you to keep this in the arm subdirectory as you won't
have to worry about configuration.
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