[sr-dev] KAMcmd compilation
Olle E Johanson
oej at edvina.net
Thu Feb 7 11:07:09 CET 2013
7 feb 2013 kl. 10:50 skrev Peter Dunkley <peter.dunkley at crocodile-rcs.com>:
> I usually do:
> make cfg
> make modules
> make utils
> make install
> The "make utils" takes care of kamcmd...
Ok, so I was confused again.
> On Thu, 2013-02-07 at 10:44 +0100, Daniel-Constantin Mierla wrote:
>> the modules are updated for the symbols and library installation paths.
>> kamcmd is a dependency of ctl module and compiled if not compiled
>> before. You can go in its folder and compile it with make if you want to
>> use it from there.
>> On 2/7/13 10:11 AM, Olle E. Johansson wrote:
>> > Hi!
>> > Got a bit surprised again - but I've always been confused by the build system... ;-)
>> > I ran
>> > make
>> > make modules
>> > and then
>> > make install
>> > At "make install" Kamailio builds the .so modules again but even more importantly - it seems to build kamcmd from scratch by compiling the source code. I think this should be done at "make".
>> > I haven't gone through all the output to check for other utilities, but if some Makefile guru can look at this and there's no opinion about why it should be this way, I suggest we fix it so that we build everything at "make", all modules are built and linked at "make modules" and let "make install" just install and not build.
>> > /O
>> > CC (gcc) [U kamcmd] parse_listen_id.o
>> > CC (gcc) [U kamcmd] sercmd.o
>> > LD (gcc) [U kamcmd] kamcmd
>> > sed -e "s#sercmd#kamcmd#g" \
>> > -e "s#sip-router#kamailio#g" \
>> > < sercmd.8 > /usr/local/share/man//man8/kamcmd.8
>> > chmod 644 /usr/local/share/man//man8/kamcmd.8
>> > touch /usr/local/sbin//kamcmd
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