Jan Kiszka wrote:
the current RTDM profile headers (so far only rtserial.h and
rtbenchmark.h) suffer from the "xenomai" prefix in the include path.
This was introduced with 2.1. An example: rtserial.h contains "#include
<xenomai/rtdm/rtdm.h>" which is fine in kernel space but requires that -
in my eyes - ugly "xenomai"->"." link in the installation include dir.
Moreover, it makes the RTDM profile headers Xenomai-specific (what they
The orginal (but nowhere stated - yeah) idea was to always have a
"rtdm/" dir in the include path whenever writing a RTDM driver or
application for some supported environment. So I would rather like to
see the Makefiles for Xenomai's RTDM drivers fixed in this regard,
simply by adding
EXTRA_CFLAGS += -Iinclude/xenomai
This would allow to use the generic "#include <rtdm/rtdm.h>" in the
profile headers again. Tweaking the Makefiles instead of the headers is
also the way we handled this for drivers outside Xenomai (RTnet,
None, provided we always keep on preventing naming conflicts. Prefixing
with rtdm/ or xenomai/ does the job equally well.
PS: A cleanup of the RTDM userspace header installation is scheduled -
only rtdm.h + the profile header will survive this.
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