Philippe Gerum wrote:
> Jan Kiszka wrote:
> 
>> Philippe Gerum wrote:
>>
>>> Jan Kiszka wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Hi Philippe,
>>>>
>>>> this patches cleans up the include/rtdm folder by moving internal
>>>> headers to ksrc/skins/rtdm, leaving only rtdm.h, rtdm_driver.h, the two
>>>> profile headers, and syscall.h there. The latter is still only needed
>>>> for building Xenomai itself, thus it will not be installed.
>>>> Successfully
>>>> built for 2.4 and 2.6. Additionally, I compiled latest RTnet SVN
>>>> against
>>>> it without problems (x86, PPC is currently being fixed by Wolfgang).
>>>>
>>>> Please apply/move the involved headers and run bootstrap.
>>>>
>>>
>>> This one broke the build here:
>>>
>>> -- 
>>>  CC      kernel/xenomai/skins/rtdm/core.o
>>> kernel/xenomai/skins/rtdm/core.c:36:18: core.h: No such file or
>>> directory
>>> kernel/xenomai/skins/rtdm/core.c:37:20: device.h: No such file or
>>> directory
>>> -- 
>>
>>
>>
>> Updated your repos? As you forgot to apply the moving, I also got
>> problems and applied my local versions of core.h, device.h, and proc.h,
>> also removing the three from their previous location.
>>
> 
> The problem is that the patch does not recreate those files in
> ksrc/skin/rtdm, but only deletes them from include/rtdm.
> 

Oops, indeed. I was sure "svn diff" will include locally added files in
the output, but it didn't -- ah, my svn version is too old! :)

>>
>>> Additionally, it's a really very bad idea to start including things like
>>> "core.h" removing the rtdm/ prefix, while other include files like
>>> nucleus/core.h exist. For the sake of readability, I'm going to revert
>>> this particular change at least.
>>>
>>
>>
>> That's why I use #include "core.h", which -for me- clearly states: "Pick
>> the local one!"
> 
> 
> Nope, it "states pick the first one you find outside of the system dirs
> depending on the order of the directories listed by -I in your
> Makefile", which is quite different, and leads to all sort of
> braindamage issues if you happen to screw up your CFLAGS in your Makefile.

#include "file.h" -> start searching for file.h in that place you found
the file containing this statement. Likely one can overwrite this
behaviour with some strange gcc flags.

> 
>  You will now have to tweak the Makefiles again...
> 
>>
> 
> That's ok, I will do that. The prefix rule is enforced everywhere for
> internal headers so that nobody gets mad trying to find why the wrong
> one is included, and the best way not to depend on "-I" pecularities is
> to avoid playing with them in the first place. Additionally, this leaves
> no doubt about which header you wanted to include, regardless of the
> sanity of your Makefile.

Ok, it's a matter of taste, and if you like to keep it this way for all
skins, I'm fine with it.

Jan

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