From: james e. \(ej206\) <ej206@ec...> - 2007-04-26 14:49:26
I managed to collate all the object files required by the i2c-io program in=
to one shared library, I also collated all the headers used by this program=
into one (just by #including them all - just the i2c stuff, not the standa=
rd library headers!). I used this library and header to compile a shared li=
brary for tcl that allowed me to use commands from within tcl that accessed=
the underlying i2c api layer. This all works great.
Next step... threads. I wanted to use the tcl threading extensions so that =
I could have multiple threads controlling various aspects of a robot, with =
things like calls to the i2c layer being synchronised and so on. Unfortunat=
ely the default build of tcl that the buildroot builds is not built with th=
e --enable-threads option in the tcl ./configure script.
Is there an easy way to have the tcl configure script that the buildroot us=
es have the --enable-threads option set ?
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