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Add stubdomain support. See stubdom/README for usage details.

arch_limits.h so as to permit getting them from there without
pulling all the internal Mini-OS defines.
- Setup a xen-elf cross-compilation environment in stubdom/cross-root
- Add a POSIX layer on top of Mini-OS by linking against the newlib C
library and lwIP, and implementing the Unixish part in mini-os/lib/sys.c
- Cross-compile zlib and libpci too.
- Add an xs.h-compatible layer on top of Mini-OS' xenbus.
- Cross-compile libxc with an additional xc_minios.c and a few things
- Cross-compile ioemu with an additional block-vbd, but without sound,
tpm and other details. A few hacks are needed:
- Align ide and scsi buffers at least on sector size to permit
direct transmission to the block backend. While we are at it, just
page-align it to possibly save a segment. Also, limit the scsi
buffer size because of limitations of the block paravirtualization
- Allocate big tables dynamically rather that letting them go to
bss: when Mini-OS gets installed in memory, bss is not lazily
allocated, and doing so during Mini-OS is unnecessarily trick while
we can simply use malloc.
- Had to change the Mini-OS compilation somehow, so as to export
Mini-OS compilation flags to the Makefiles of libxc and ioemu.

Signed-off-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@eu.citrix.com>
author Keir Fraser <keir.fraser@citrix.com>
date Tue Feb 12 14:35:39 2008 +0000 (2008-02-12)
children 460f72ca97b6
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1 XEN_ROOT = ../..
3 include $(XEN_ROOT)/Config.mk
5 OCAMLFIND=ocamlfind
6 OCAMLOPT=ocamlopt
8 OBJS := hello.cmx
9 LIBS :=
11 %.cmx: %.ml
12 $(OCAMLFIND) $(OCAMLOPT) -c $< -o $@
14 caml.o: $(OBJS)
15 $(OCAMLFIND) $(OCAMLOPT) $(LIBS) $^ -output-obj -o $@
17 clean:
18 rm -f *.o *.cmx *.cmi