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Linux kernel indexing - Makefiles [message #1074724] Sat, 27 July 2013 15:15
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Hi all! I'm new user of Eclipse and I'm trying to use it for Linux
kernel - for indexing. All is fine, but there is next problem: not all
symbols are defined in autoconf.h, some of them (there are such
modules/drivers) uses own symbols in own Makefile (in folder of module).
I see some CONFIG_* symbols there from general config file (and in
resulting/out autoconf.h) but also there are sometimes 'independent'
symbols - not from autoconf.h.

So, I can hardcode them in properties of such project folders
(personally for such modules) - like we do it usually with __KERNEL__
symbol for example, and this works. But are there some more 'automatic'
way to do it? To import such symbols from local Makefiles... but without
to create new project from Makefile!

/best regards, Exquisitus
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