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I'm trying to use the config_mode snip as a pattern for my own application. However, I'm not having much success. I can serve up some of the files but I must be missing a script or something because the scan never happens.
I can't see where the resource files are getting set up in the config_mode snip. In other examples, such as apsta, there is a "START_OF_HTTP_PAGE_DATABASE" in the .c file with a list of files. Also there is usually a list of file names in the $(NAME)_RESOURCE sections of the .mk file. The config_mode example has neither of these. How does the compiler know what to include?