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Re: [libvirt] Compiling libvirt RPC client library for QNX




On 25/02/14 11:17 PM, "Eric Blake" <eblake redhat com> wrote:

>On 02/25/2014 09:05 AM, Panday Ritesh Sharma (rpanday) wrote:
>
>>>
>>> We are using a wrapper of make for compilation for QNX. So I need to
>>>know,
>>> when I am compiling this client library on linux with
>>>'--without-libvirtd'
>>> option, what all .c files and libraries are being used. Then I will
>>>take
>>> those .c files to my build environment and link that to the libraries
>>> needed. I will have to see whether those libraries are present in my
>>>QNX
>>> build environment. Please helpÅ 
>
>That feels awkward.  Does QNX have a POSIX-compatible /bin/sh?  If so,
>just unpack the tarball there, and run ./configure on your QNX machine
>the same way you do on Linux.
>
>I'm not personally familiar enough with QNX to know what build
>environment it provides.  It may also be a situation where people tend
>to cross-compile for QNX rather than building natively.  Libvirt
>supports cross-compilation (we build mingw client-only binaries under
>Fedora, so that setup could be copied for compiling client-only QNX
>binaries if you have a qnx cross-compiler on Linux).  But at this point,
>you are pioneering new ground with regards to libvirt, and you will
>probably have to seek more help from people familiar with QNX
>compilation, as this list doesn't have the expertise with your system.
>Feel free to post build logs, and we can still try to help decipher
>them, but if you hit failures, you will probably have to be the one to
>do the legwork to resolve them.
>
>> 
>> Hi Eric,
>> This time I am writing a the bottom of this thread, is this correct ?
>
>Yes, thanks!
>
>-- 
>Eric Blake   eblake redhat com    +1-919-301-3266
>Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org

Hi Eric,
Yes you are right, we cross compile for QNX.

I am here in touch with my build team to find how can we use './configure'
and 'make' on  my compilation machine and compile these tar boll.

Regards
Ritesh Sharma
>



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