Yes, simple , Isn’t it ? but it may not be simple for someone who just started with it, so the post
You could try something like below to generate a module
# stap -k -p4 script.stp
-k Keep the temporary directory after all processing. This may be useful in order to examine the generated C code, or to reuse the
compiled kernel object.
The temp directory will be called some thing like below in “tmp” fileststem
-p4 , does “4th level” of pasrsing which end up in module creation..
Also check “-m” option of stap.