|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] compiling makefsdata.c|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Jul 2012 16:00:58 +0200|
I've found very usefull this little script perl (see the attached file).
1)First, you have to install Perl on your PC;
2)create a folder named for example "MyFolder" and put the script in this folder;
3)In the same folder "MyFolder" create a folder "fs" (the name is mandatory)
4)put in the "fs" folder the file you want to convert to fsdata.c
5)launch MS-DOS prompt, go to the folder "MyFolder";
6)write the command "perl makefsdat.pl"
7)the file "fsdata.c" is created in the folder "Myfolder".
if the fsada.c file already exists, the content of folder "fs" is added to fsdata.c; so if you want to create a new fsdata.c ou have to delete the previous one
2012/7/27 Marc Severo <address@hidden>> -----Original Message-----You shouldn't need to compile the whole lwip code to compile makefsdata.c;
> From: lwip-users-bounces+msevero=address@hidden [mailto:lwip-
> users-bounces+msevero=address@hidden] On Behalf Of Nico Sachs
> Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2012 10:08 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: [lwip-users] compiling makefsdata.c
> I've tried to build this file with a gcc toolchain that comes from the
> Posix windows environment cygwin.
> In the makefsdata.c i've seen that this code has some includings from
> the lwip code which should be in the same directory as the contrib
> in makefsdata.c there are sourcefiles *.c included, which have other
> includings from lwip. So the compiler needs those including paths
> I do not know if this is the correct way doing this. Do i have to
> include the whole lwip code to just compile makefsdata.c? In this case
> i think it would be better to create a makefile for this one. But i
> don't think that this was the plan for makefsdata.c
makefsdata.c is my only source file being compiled in that project.
But you do need some of the lwip source handy so that makefsdata.c can
include the necessary c files in its compile. If your lwip source is in a
folder called "lwip" and the lwip and contrib folders are in the same
location, the #include ../../../../lwip/ should work itself out. You will
likely need to add some additional include paths to make everything happy.
For me it looks like:
./contrib/ports/win32/include (for an example lwipopts.h)
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