path: root/firmware
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Diffstat (limited to 'firmware')
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 14 deletions
diff --git a/firmware/Makefile b/firmware/Makefile
index 4993a4b3d8ab..6968388818be 100644
--- a/firmware/Makefile
+++ b/firmware/Makefile
@@ -150,27 +150,15 @@ $(patsubst %,$(obj)/%.gen.o, $(fw-external-y)): $(obj)/%.gen.o: $(fwdir)/%
$(obj)/%: $(obj)/%.ihex | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,ihex)
-# Don't depend on ihex2fw if we're installing and it already exists.
-# Putting it after | in the dependencies doesn't seem sufficient when
-# we're installing after a cross-compile, because ihex2fw has dependencies
-# on stuff like /usr/lib/gcc/ppc64-redhat-linux/4.3.0/include/stddef.h and
-# thus wants to be rebuilt. Which it can't be, if the prebuilt kernel tree
-# is exported read-only for someone to run 'make install'.
-ifeq ($(INSTALL):$(wildcard $(obj)/ihex2fw),install:$(obj)/ihex2fw)
-ihex2fw_dep :=
-ihex2fw_dep := $(obj)/ihex2fw
# .HEX is also Intel HEX, but where the offset and length in each record
# is actually meaningful, because the firmware has to be loaded in a certain
# order rather than as a single binary blob. Thus, we convert them into our
# more compact binary representation of ihex records (<linux/ihex.h>)
-$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.HEX $(ihex2fw_dep) | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
+$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.HEX $(obj)/ihex2fw | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,ihex2fw)
# .H16 is our own modified form of Intel HEX, with 16-bit length for records.
-$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.H16 $(ihex2fw_dep) | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
+$(obj)/%.fw: $(obj)/%.H16 $(obj)/ihex2fw | $(objtree)/$(obj)/$$(dir %)
$(call cmd,h16tofw)