[Xenomai] Porting a library to Xenomai
leo at alaxarxa.net
Thu Dec 17 10:00:17 CET 2015
El Dijous, 17 de desembre de 2015, a les 01:05:18, Gilles Chanteperdrix va
> > - Some of you have tried to "Xenomaize" a common POSIX library, for
> > instance with threads and sockets (Poco?... )?
> Yes, back in 2006 to 2009, I ported several applications related to
> VOIP to use Xenomai and RTnet. From this experience, I wrote this
the famous great page ...
> > - If I create a library (POSIX) and I wrap the functions (-
> > Wl,@/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/posix.wrappers). The library users must wrap
> > wrap their code too, right? (for instance if they have a
> > printf...)
> You should compile (and more importantly link edit) all your code,
> whether library or executable, with the flags obtained via
ok, that's clear. For the current case I suppose that it's be the same if the
library is C++ or C. To be more concisely, if I create a dynamic C++ library
(*) (libXenofoo), with some *.cpp files. I understand that:
- to compile the files I have to pass the POSIX cflags obtained by xeno-config
- to link that library, I have to pass the POSIX ldflags obtained by xeno-config
After, if I have a program the uses libXenofoo (dynamic)
- to compile my program, If I don't uses any __Xeno__ * flag I don't need to
pass the POSIX cflags. Right?
- to link the program against libXenofoo, I understand that yes, that I should
uses the POSIX ldflags obtained by xeno-config (wrap, etc). Right?
> If you want to use the static version of the POSIX skin
> library, it gets a little more complicated, you do not want to wrap
> the symbols of the POSIX skin library itself and you should use the
> "wrap-link.sh" script, to do the link edit in two stages.
I don't understand that, probably because I use cmake and hides this. But, I
have created my static version of libXenofoo passing _only_ one time and the
program have worked. Please, could you elaborate a bit more this?
(*) C++ simple, nothing sophisticated with templates, dynamic memory
allocations, garbage collection. Some classes taking care about memory, etc.
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