On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 03:11:16PM +0200, Pradeep Kiruvale wrote: > I have added two new files (.h/.c) file in 9pfs for some new feature. > When I compile there is a lot of compilation time errors and also I do not > see a dependency > file getting created for this source file. > > Please let me know how can I fix this, is there a place where I need to > mention the .h files? > I have already added the .o file extension in Makefile.obj > > When I integrate these functionalities inside the existing source files, it > works fine. But I want > to keep the code in separate files. Please help me to fix this issue.
You didn't post any error messages, link to a git tree, or detailed information so no we can't help you. General tips: .h files don't need to be listed anywhere manually. Dependencies are picked up automatically during the build process. Use "make V=1" to see the full command-lines that make is running. You can then re-run just a single command-line manually, if necessary, to help troubleshoot the problem. Look up the compiler/linker error messages online and try to understand why you are getting them. Look at ./configure and the output files it generates to understand how optional features are enabled/disabled. For example, look at config-host.mak, x86_64-softmmu/config-target.mak, ./x86_64-softmmu/config-devices.mak. Learn about gcc -I and header search paths if the compiler cannot find your header file. Good luck! Stefan
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