which "make" target simply builds the scripts/dtc/dtc executable?
wahrenst at gmx.net
Sat Mar 14 05:43:56 EDT 2020
Am 13.03.20 um 19:13 schrieb rpjday at crashcourse.ca:
> colleague has a kernel-compile infrastructure which builds the
> kernel just fine, but croaks trying to compile .dts files, complaining
> that there is no "./scripts/dtc/dtc" file.
> ok, so that sounds like whatever it is that compiles dtc.c (and
> friends) into dtc is being omitted. i just want to test whatever
> make target would normally compile that, but i'm having trouble
> figuring which make processing does that.
> is there a top-level target that wanders into scripts/dtc, and
> compiles that?
for a ARM target you could try to (PowerPC or MIPS should work too)
make mxs_defconfig # random arm defconfig
this should build the devicetree compiler and the devicetree sources,
but AFAIK newer kernel versions uses the dtc from the Host system. So
it's possible that the dtc is omitted.
> p.s. i'm testing this on x86, which typically doesn't use dtb files,
> and there are no .dts files, so i'm looking for the target that
> would normally compile into "dtc", even though there's nothing
> that really needs it, if that makes a difference.
> i thought "make scripts_dtc" would do it, but that didn't seem to
> make any difference. thoughts?
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