Re: [RFC] Standard way of generating assembler offsets
george anzinger (email@example.com)
Mon, 08 Oct 2001 10:29:56 -0700
Pantelis Antoniou wrote:
> Hi there.
> If anyone is interested I have already made a perl
> script that produces assembler offsets from structure
> It doesn't need to run native since it reads the
> header files, extract the structures and by using
> objdump calculates the offsets automatically.
> Maybe it needs some more work for what you describe,
> but it's exactly what you describe.
> If you're interested please email me directly for
> more information.
One of the problems with this sort of thing is that it has a hard time
getting the CPP macros right. The best way to do this sort of thing is
to actually compile the header file with all the CONFIG defines and a
set of tools (read macros) that produce the required offsets. This way
you get what you want and don't have to reinvent the CPP stuff. It also
allows production of #define constants and other constructs that folks
push into CPP, in a very simple and straight forward manner.
Been there, done that.
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