Genode build system
martin.stein at genode-labs.com
Mon Mar 18 11:29:27 CET 2019
There's a good example of pretty exactly what you're trying to do in the
Genode world repository:
As you can see in lines 17, you can make your map file depend on
$(TARGET), which includes all binaries and libraries that are needed for
the target declared in line 1. Then you can declare a rule how your map
file gets generated like done here in lines 18/19.
I hope this helped?
El 18/3/19 a las 0:17, Valery V. Sedletski via users escribió:
> Hi all.
> Does Genode build system only allow to build a binary or library
> with each "target.mk" makefile? Is it possible to have non-binary
> targets in these makefiles, or have more than one target?
> Specifically, I need to generate a "map" file with some functions
> addresses. So, I use "nm" on a just built binary to generate a map file
> with lines like
> <Function_name> <Function_address>
> The map file should be a dependency of the binary itself, but
> I was not able to figure out, how to trigger a map file generation
> after the binary is built. I tried to add a rule like this:
> all: map
> to target.mk. So, the map file should be a dependency of "all" target,
> but this does not work, because "map" then is built before the binary
> specified as
> TARGET = <binary_name>
> Does someone have any ideas, how it's possible to accomplish this?
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