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  1. Automated build for VxWorks image

    I have a project with more that 150 files. The build process produces a
    downloadable VxWorks image on Windows XP host platform. I would like to
    automate this build process without even opening the Tornado.

    I understand that GNU tool chain "make" could be one of the solutions.
    I think I'll need "CygWin" to be installed for make to run.

    The second choice may be by scripting (e.g. Tcl) and interfacing with
    the makefile which would be pre generated from Tornado build.

    Please help me with your thought and advice.


  2. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    look in c:\Tornado2.2\docs\tornado\winguide\c-builder.html under the
    heading "Using the Command Line"

    You don't need cygwin. Everything you need is included with Tornado.

    akarui.tomodachi@gmail.com wrote:
    > I have a project with more that 150 files. The build process produces a
    > downloadable VxWorks image on Windows XP host platform. I would like to
    > automate this build process without even opening the Tornado.
    >
    > I understand that GNU tool chain "make" could be one of the solutions.
    > I think I'll need "CygWin" to be installed for make to run.
    >
    > The second choice may be by scripting (e.g. Tcl) and interfacing with
    > the makefile which would be pre generated from Tornado build.
    >
    > Please help me with your thought and advice.



  3. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    Fred wrote:
    > look in c:\Tornado2.2\docs\tornado\winguide\c-builder.html under the
    > heading "Using the Command Line"
    >
    > You don't need cygwin. Everything you need is included with Tornado.
    >
    > akarui.tomodachi@gmail.com wrote:
    > > I have a project with more that 150 files. The build process produces a
    > > downloadable VxWorks image on Windows XP host platform. I would like to
    > > automate this build process without even opening the Tornado.
    > >
    > > I understand that GNU tool chain "make" could be one of the solutions.
    > > I think I'll need "CygWin" to be installed for make to run.
    > >
    > > The second choice may be by scripting (e.g. Tcl) and interfacing with
    > > the makefile which would be pre generated from Tornado build.
    > >
    > > Please help me with your thought and advice.


    Fred, thanks for your reply. But how it works for Tornado 2.0.2 ? I
    don't see anything under Tornado 2.0.2. The "command line" capability
    is probably applicable only after Tornado 2.2.


  4. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    You just need to set the environment variables like PATH, WIND_BASE
    etc. You can execute torvars.bat file in x86\bin directory.


  5. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    If you use the tornado generated make file you can make a script like
    this:
    set WIND_BASE=C:\DevTools\Tornado2.2
    set WIND_HOST=x86-win32
    set WIND_HOST_TYPE=x86-win32
    set path=%WIND_BASE%\host\%WIND_HOST_TYPE%\bin;%PATH%
    make

    Or

    torvars.bat
    make


  6. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    Sorry. You're on your own for 2.0.2.

    Fred

    akarui.tomodachi@gmail.com wrote:
    > Fred wrote:
    > > look in c:\Tornado2.2\docs\tornado\winguide\c-builder.html under the
    > > heading "Using the Command Line"
    > >
    > > You don't need cygwin. Everything you need is included with Tornado.
    > >
    > > akarui.tomodachi@gmail.com wrote:
    > > > I have a project with more that 150 files. The build process produces a
    > > > downloadable VxWorks image on Windows XP host platform. I would like to
    > > > automate this build process without even opening the Tornado.
    > > >
    > > > I understand that GNU tool chain "make" could be one of the solutions.
    > > > I think I'll need "CygWin" to be installed for make to run.
    > > >
    > > > The second choice may be by scripting (e.g. Tcl) and interfacing with
    > > > the makefile which would be pre generated from Tornado build.
    > > >
    > > > Please help me with your thought and advice.

    >
    > Fred, thanks for your reply. But how it works for Tornado 2.0.2 ? I
    > don't see anything under Tornado 2.0.2. The "command line" capability
    > is probably applicable only after Tornado 2.2.



  7. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    I could build from command line. It was a great help from Fred, George
    and Hems. Thanks.


  8. Re: Automated build for VxWorks image

    you can use torvars.bat which is provided by tornado.or u have to set
    the PATH manually

    C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin>set WIND_HOST_TYPE=x86-win32

    C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin>set WIND_BASE=C:\Tornado2.2

    C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin>set
    PATH=C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin;C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin;C:\Tornado2.2\host\x86-win32\bin;C:\WINNT\system32;C:\WINNT;C:\WINNT\Syst em32\Wbem


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