makefile - How to Link to a stubbed function

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  1. XtremeCold

    XtremeCold New Member

    Aug 28, 2010
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    Hi all,
    I am developing the Test Engine for an aviation application.

    The application has a file a.c that is calling an external function CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT().
    My Test Engine has a file b.c that is calling CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT() as well.

    Each file is in different folder and has its own makefile. This CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT() is defined in the target library.

    The problem is that I want to stub CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT() so that only a.c will call my function, STUB_CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT(), instead of the original function. b.c should call the original function CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT().

    Is this possible to somehow link CREATE_SAMPLING_PORT() in a.c to my function? If not, is there a solution?

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