When using socket stdio, add option to replay what has been written to
stdout while not connected (`-r`).
The implementation is to simply use the existing log file (which is
implicitly created when the option is used), and read from it until
EOF upon reconnect.
Currrently native overrides the object file targets, because it needs
the different include paths to interact with libc and the OS.
This PR simplifies their makefiles to only override the variable
INCLUDES, instead of overriding the targets.
Many modules have subdirectories. Often these subdirectories should only
be included under certain circumstances. Modules that use submodules
currently need to use this pattern:
DIRS = …
@for i in $(DIRS) ; do $(MAKE) -C $$i ; done ;
@for i in $(DIRS) ; do $(MAKE) -C $$i clean ; done ;
This PR moves the `all:` and `clean::` boilerplate into `Makefile.base`.
We do not need to descend into the modules to know what to do on
`make clean BOARD=blub`. We can just invoke `rm -rf bin/blub`.
This PR only keeps the descending into the USEPKGs, since they might
want to delete cached/downloaded/extracted data.
Creating all object files in one directory is bound to produce name
clashes. RIOT developers may take care to use unique file names, but
external packages surely don't.
With this change all the objects of a module (e.g. `shell`) will be
created in `bin/$(BOARD)/$(MODULE)`.
I compared the final linker command before and after the change. The
`.o` files (e.g. `startup.o`, `syscall.o` ...) are included in the same
order. Neglecting the changed path name where the `.o` files reside, the
linker command stays exactly the same.
A major problem could be third party boards, because the location of the
`startup.o` needs to the specified now in
export UNDEF += $(BINDIR)msp430_common/startup.o
An application might want to use C11 features. The user would assume
that setting `CFLAGS=-std=gnu11` in the Makefile would work. It does not
since the board's Makefile.include shadows the `-std` flag.
This patch removes the `-std=gnu99` from the various Makefile.includes,
and sets the flag in the common Makefile.include of RIOT instead.
If an `-std` flag was provided by an earlier Makefile (the application,
the board, or the CPU [whilst only the former one should]), then no
additional flag is set. It is first tested if the supplied compiler
understands `-std=gnu99`, then `-std=c99`.
* add missing $(AD) to osx $(LINK) invocation
* move osx build determination to native makefile
* move old libc test to native makefile
* set objcopy to "true" - it is superfluous for native no matter what the system is
* add some documentation to natives makefile
wrap some libc functions that do system calls (terminal output)
wrap read/write with syscall guard
define real_read/write (next dynamic linker find for read/write)
guard system calls in remaining code
throw out some debug statements that break things
clean up includes a bit
declare board_init in native_internhal.h
add -ldl to LINKFLAGS for cpu/syscalls