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Re: Native function layer for porting to different systems

From: Brian Jones
Subject: Re: Native function layer for porting to different systems
Date: 03 Jun 2003 08:34:18 -0400
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Brian Jones <address@hidden> writes:

> "Dr. Torsten Rupp" <address@hidden> writes:
> > Can I add the include files of the native layer files with the
> > macros defined there to the source files without causing
> > trouble? How do I extend the include path list in the Makefiles?
> To add most easily, look to modify the EXTRA_INCLUDES variable through
> some work in
> You can see a good example of adding to EXTRA_INCLUDES in
> acinclude.m4, the shell script there anyway to see if empty or not and
> doing the AC_SUBST at the end.
> I'm guessing you'll use the value of target_cpu or target_os to
> determine if the 'Linux' directory should be used or something else.
> Please note that the jni header link stuff in configure modifies these
> values to defaults we support if the particular
> jni_md-$target_cpu-$target_os.h is not found.

Oh, another 'hack' would be to just modify the INCLUDES = of in the
directory with source you're modifying.  

Brian Jones <address@hidden>

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