rtems++ test stub, how to compile it?
Mogens Dybæk Christensen
MogensD.Christensen at man.eu
Tue Aug 9 09:55:56 CDT 2011
From: Chris Johns [mailto:chrisj at rtems.org]
Sent: 9. august 2011 00:21
To: Mogens Dybæk Christensen
Cc: rtems-users at rtems.org
Subject: Re: rtems++ test stub, how to compile it?
On 9/08/11 1:12 AM, Mogens Dybæk Christensen wrote:
> I am new to this list, but could not find anything relevant in the archives.
> rtems4.10.0/c/src/librtems++ contains a small C++ wrapper, that partly
> maps the classic API into C++ classes.
> The teststub is in rtems4.10.0/testsuites/libtest/rtems++. - Till now we
> have not succeeded in building the teststub.
> It appears not to be known by the makefiles, even if we specify all
> tests to be built.
> What is the hint? Is this obsolete code?
Try adding "--enable-cxx --enable-tests=samples" to the configure
Thanks Chris, but it does not work. :-)
A lot of teststubs in i386-rtems4.10/c/testsuites are built, but not this one.
mkdir -p $BUILD_DIR/b-rtems-testing$TARGET
$BUILD_DIR/rtems-4.10.0/configure --enable-rtems-debug \
--target=$TARGET --enable-posix \
--enable-networking --enable-cxx \
--enable-rtemsbsp="pc386" --enable-maintainer-mode \
I have also tried enable-tests=yes. Same result.
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