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I need to make a modification to the emac_drv.c file. How can I rebuild the emac library?
We have provided the make file in the EMAC folder. You can use that to rebuild the library.
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In reply to ArunMani:
So do I just call "make makefile" from cmd window in the emac folder?
In reply to will Resnick:
Yes, But you might need to change the folder information to suit your folder structure.
So in the command window I am currently at "C:\ti\pdk_C6657_1_1_2_5\packages\ti\drv\emac". I typed "make makefile" and got "make: Nothing to be done for 'makefile'. I must be doing something wrong to rebuild the emac library but I am not sure what.
I just received this from einfochips. They are the 6657 board designers.
1) Edit pdksetupenv.sh(linux)/pdksetupenv.bat(windows) and pdkbuilder.sh/pdkbuilder.bat file according to your environment. Both files are available at <PDK_INSTALL_DIR>/packages/ti/drv/
2) Edit include path in Makefile available at <PDK_INSTALL_DIR>/packages/ti/drv/emac/.
3) Open command prompt and go to <PDK_INSTALL_DIR>/packages directory.
4) Run pdksetupenv.sh(linux)/pdksetupenv.bat(windows) file.
5) Run pdkbuilder.sh/pdkbuilder.bat file from <PDK_INSTALL_DIR>/packages directory. After successful compilation your emac library file will be available at <PDK_INSTALL_DIR>/packages/ti/drv/emac/lib
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