sonalidutta Posted May 28, 2013 Report Share Posted May 28, 2013 Hi, I am working on Runtime Monitoring of SystemC models. One of my projects requires adding some callbacks to the systemc kernel. In systemc-2.3.0/src/sysc/kernel: I added 4 new files: mon_prototype.cpp/h mon_observer.cpp/h I also did some minimal modification(adding callbacks) to: sc_event.cpp/h sc_sim_context.cpp/h sc_object.cpp/h sc_thread_process.h I did the required modification to : systemc-2.3.0/src/systemc. There are hierarchical Makefiles: Makefile.in and Makefile.am in systemc-2.3.0 My question is: what is the clean way of doing this Makefile modifications? How many Makefiles do I need to modify manually? I definitely need to change one of the Makefile.in and Makefile.am in src/sysc/kernel. My guess is that I can regenerate the other Makefiles(modified) using automake and aclocal. I need to know the right way to do it. Finally, I want to release the modified systems-2.3.0 kernel that can be compiled and installed using the same steps described in systems-2.3.0/INSTALL. Can anybody from the developer group advise me in this respect? Regards Sonali Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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