[yocto] How do I correctly export uapi kernel headers to SDK ?
bruce.ashfield at windriver.com
Thu Nov 10 07:42:32 PST 2016
On 2016-11-10 05:35 AM, Christian Charreyre wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm using yocto krogoth and I'm developing a kernel driver for linux
> 4.4. This kernel driver implements many ioctl so I've created a new
> header for them in include/uapi.
> Now I would like to make it available in the SDK generated by yocto, so
> that developer can use these definitions without duplicating the header
> userland (with risks that duplicated header don't stay synced).
> I've seen a solution through this thread
> but I was wondering if in the new 2.1 version of krogoth things have
> evolved or if the correct way to do it is still to export in a new
> include location.
The options are still the same in krogoth. I still have an
bugzilla to see if there's any additional streamlining that can be done
in this area, but for now, what was discussed in that thread are still
the viable options.
> Thanks for answers.
> Christian Charreyre
> Email : christian.charreyre at ciose.fr <mailto:christian.charreyre at ciose.fr>
> Site : www.ciose.fr <http://www.ciose.fr>
> Phone : 33(0)4 95 05 19 41
> Address : 11 Avenue Marigny 13014 Marseille
More information about the yocto