Proper build method

Hello all,
As I am not an expert on linux/compilers by a longhop I have a question
about the proper way to build a dependency after making a change to it.

Say for example I make a change to usrp2/firmware/lib/clocks.c
What is needed to recompile and properly link it with the rest of the
usrp / gnuradio code?
I assume there is a better solution to making the entire source over…

Thanks,
Bryan

usrp2/firmware is its own independent build tree for the libusrp2
firmware.

cd usrp2/firmware
./configure.gnu
make

see the binaries in usrp2/firmware/apps

-Josh

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 3:35 PM, John O. [email protected]
wrote:

I assume there is a better solution to making the entire source over…

For the example you provided, simply running the “make” command in the
usrp2/firmware/lib directory will re-build just the source file that…

…correction…make that the usrp2/firmware directory…


John O.
CEO/System Architect
Epiq Solutions
www.epiq-solutions.com

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 3:10 PM, Bryan Edelman
[email protected] wrote:

I assume there is a better solution to making the entire source over…
For the example you provided, simply running the “make” command in the
usrp2/firmware/lib directory will re-build just the source file that
is modified, perform the proper linking, and will emit the series of
.bin executable files into the apps directory. This is the standard
way of re-building after code modifications for the USRP2.


John O.
CEO/System Architect
Epiq Solutions
www.epiq-solutions.com