Can I use jhalfs with an already exist "tools"?
xinglp at gmail.com
Thu May 10 00:00:38 PDT 2012
2012/5/8 Pierre Labastie <pierre.labastie at neuf.fr>:
> Le 07/05/2012 15:23, xinglp a écrit :
>> I want to use an exist "tools" to save some time.
>> But the jhalfs only give BREAKPOINT but not STARTPOIN.
>> So, is there any way to do that?
> I have never tried that, so all I'll write below should be considered
> First, as it is rather difficult to be clear in explanations because
> there are several files or directories called jhalfs, let me precise a
> bit of vocabulary:
> - when I write 'jhalfs source', it means the directory where you
> checked out the jhalfs svn.
> - when I write 'jhalfs', it means the directory which is created
> under $BUILDDIR (by default /mnt/build_dir, but I usually change
> its name to /mnt/lfs)
> I think it is possible to do the following :
> - Run make in the jhalfs source, and be careful NOT to select
> 'Run the makefile' nor 'Rebuild files' under 'General settings'.
> Otherwise, select whatever is adapted to your wills.
> Answer yes to 'Do you wish to save your new JHALFS
> configuration', then yes twice (unless something goes wrong),
> and let the program run to completion.
> - There should be a directory named jhalfs in /mnt/lfs (or
> whatever name you chose for the build directory).
> cd to that directory. Then Type:
> sed -i 's/changingowner:.*/changingowner:/' Makefile
> touch mk_SETUP
> touch mk_LUSER
> touch envars
> and it should begin at chapter 6.
> But please, _backup your /tools dir first_, if you
> want to be sure...
Thanks, I'll test this later days, and give feedback.
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