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Commit 4750884 introduced a change in the dependency generation which
breaks SPL, because the source files being built are not initially present
and are symlinked as part of the build.
The .depend file must depend not only on the files in the DEPS list but
also on the sources which did not contribute files to the DEPS list, since
these sources will otherwise not get a dependency and will not be built.
Signed-off-by: Simon Glass <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tested-by: Wolfgang Denk <email@example.com>
The dependency rules are currently done in a shell 'for' loop. This does not
permit Makefile variables to adjust preprocessor flags as is done with normal
compile flags, using the CFLAGS_path/file.o syntax.
This change moves the dependency generation into the Makefile itself, and
permits a CPPFLAGS_path/file.o to adjust preprocessor flags on a file or
The CPPFLAGS_... variable is also folded into CFLAGS during the build.
Signed-off-by: Simon Glass <firstname.lastname@example.org>
commit 0edf8b5b2fa0d210ebc4d6da0fd1aceeb7e44e47 breaks
building on a different directory with the O= parameter.
The patch wil fix this issue, generating always asm-offsets.h before
the other targets.
Signed-off-by: Stefano Babic <email@example.com>
CC: Matthias Weisser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CC: Wolfgang Denk <email@example.com>
If sed does not support the GNU \w regex extension, build attempts
lead to circular dependency warnings and finally build failure
(crc32.c not found). Build output before and after the patch on
FreeBSD is at:
Signed-off-by: Jeroen Hofstee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
asm-offsets.h should be auto generated. This patch adds two rules to rules.mk
which makes this possible and removes the rules on imx35.
Signed-off-by: Matthias Weisser <email@example.com>
Acked-by: Stefano Babic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There are some cases where "make depend" would always run when
entering a directory. This happened when both the $(SRCS) and
$(HOSTSRCS) lists were empty (which is for example typical for the
examples/api/ directory). Avoid this by making sure that a ".depend"
file gets always created, even if empty.
Signed-off-by: Wolfgang Denk <email@example.com>
Acked-by: Detlev Zundel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Currently, some of the tools instead set CC to be HOSTCC in order to re-use
some pattern rules -- but this fails when the user overrides CC on the make
command line. Also, the HOSTCFLAGS in tools/Makefile are currently not
being used because config.mk overwrites them.
This patch adds static pattern rules for files that have been requested to
be built with the native compiler using $(HOSTSRCS) and $(HOSTOBJS), and
converts the tools to use them.
It restores easylogo to using the host compiler, which was broken by commit
38d299c2db81bd889c601b5dfc12c4e83ef83333 (if this was an intentional change,
please let me know -- but it seems to be a build tool).
It restores -pedantic and the special flags for darwin and cygwin that were
requested in tools/makefile (but keeps the flags added by config.mk) --
hopefully someone can test this on those platforms. It no longer
conditionalizes -pedantic on not being darwin; it wasn't clear that that was
intentional, and unless there's a real problem it's just inviting people to
contribute non-pedantic patches to those files (I'm not a fan of -pedantic
personally, but if it's on for one platform it should be on for all).
HOST_LDFLAGS is renamed HOSTLDFLAGS for consistency with the previous
HOST_CFLAGS to HOSTCFLAGS rename. A new HOSTCFLAGS_NOPED is made available
for those files which currently cannot be built with -pedantic, and replaces
the old FIT_CFLAGS.
imls now uses the cross compiler properly, rather than by trying to
reconstruct CC using the typoed $(CROSS_COMPILER).
envcrc.c is now dependency-processed unconditionally -- previously it would
be built without being on (HOST)SRCS if CONFIG_ENV_IS_EMBEDDED was not
Signed-off-by: Scott Wood <email@example.com>
The top build system sets up HOSTCFLAGS a bit and exports it, but other
places use HOST_CFLAGS instead. Unify the two as HOSTCFLAGS so that the
values stay in sync.
Signed-off-by: Mike Frysinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Modifications are based on the linux kernel approach and
support two use cases:
1) Add O= to the make command line
'make O=/tmp/build all'
2) Set environement variable BUILD_DIR to point to the desired location
The second approach can also be used with a MAKEALL script
Command line 'O=' setting overrides BUILD_DIR environent variable.
When none of the above methods is used the local build is performed and
the object files are placed in the source directory.