[Lldb-commits] REVIEW: Compile and sign debugserver binary using the Makefiles
cdavis5x at gmail.com
Thu Apr 4 20:19:30 PDT 2013
On Apr 4, 2013, at 3:34 PM, Filipe Cabecinhas wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've changed the Makefiles around to compile the debugserver binary using them.
So did I ;).
> I moved debugserver.cpp and debugserver-entitlements.plist from source/... onto driver/...
I think this is a good idea. Wish I'd thought of that...
Later on, maybe we can make this a normal LLDB library, and/or split it into several different libraries.
> and created a makefile there that will create the debugserver tool and sign it (Not with the correct signature for now, but I have a patch for llvm's makefiles to correct it).
I have my own patch for that issue, too. I really should've piped up earlier :). I also have some other patches to the LLVM build system that I really need to get upstreamed, including one that adds support for assembly source files.
> I fixed the references I could find for those two files in the Xcode project file (both on the project files and on the entitlements for debugserver on iOS).
> I brought in generate-vers.pl from lldb/scripts to create debugserver_vers.c for Mac OS X (we could in the future abstract the script and keep only one copy, or use the same version numbering as clang and lldb-linux).
IMO, unless we're being built Apple-style (i.e. with the Xcode project), we really should use the same versioning scheme as Clang and LLDB on Linux. But that's just my opinion.
> I also added Makefiles for the subdirectories under debugserver/source, of course.
> Apple folks: Could you check out the xcodeproj files and confirm that everything is okay with you?
> Linux/FreeBSD/others: Please test it to see what changes may be needed to not break the build. I'm thinking about only including debugserver in DIRS if uname -s is Darwin.
That's what I did in mine.
Hang on, maybe I can see about putting our patches together. Mine has some other stuff (e.g. dependency tracking for the MIG source, universal build support) that yours doesn't have.
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