On 05/26/11 18:11, Ian Jackson wrote:
Christoph Egger writes ("[Xen-devel] [PATCH] xen: Deal with stdarg.h and
For compiling the xen kernel we use -nostdinc which means
we don't want to rely on any external headers.
That also counts for stdarg.h.
Right, OK, but:
Use the external header when we compile the tools.
Adapt libelf-loader.c which is compiled in the kernel
and with the tools.
Firstly, is this correct for all uses of libelf-loader ? This file is
compiled both for use inside Xen and for use on the host. In the
latter case it /should/ use the system's stdarg.h.
This is exactly what happens in conjunction with the other diff.
In the first case there is __XEN__ defined and in the latter case
__XEN__ is *not* defined.
Also, this kind of relative path should not be necessary. The
relevant files should be on the include path.
I tried <xen/stdarg.h> but then compiling the tools failed.
So I think this should be fixed by arranging that your new stdarg.h is
on the relevant include path, not by changing the .c file.
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