[coreboot] patch: allow a .o (e.g. assembly) in building initram.
peter at stuge.se
Fri Feb 20 00:48:21 CET 2009
ron minnich wrote:
> The initram build allows you to -fcombine the source. But if you put a
> .S into the source file list, for reasons unknown, gcc only builds a .o
> with the .S symbols/code in it; all the .c bits disappear.
> So, a few changes:
> 1. add a rule for secondary.o, we're going to need it.
> I like the fact that adding a .S file is inconvenient. Good.
> Adding assembly should be hard.
> 2. Make two steps to initram .o building: first, the .c files, then any
> extra .o files as specified by the mainboard Makefile
> I realize this is a bit ugly, if there is a better solution, I'll take it.
> Signed-off-by: Ronald G. Minnich <rminnich at gmail.com>
Acked-by: Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se>
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