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von noether (Guest)


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Hello, i moved to arm-none-linux-gnueabi toolchain (Sourcery), and i'm 
trying
to modify an old makefile (gnuarm-4.0.2) without any success at linking.

Previously i used the ld, but now i want to delegate this work to the 
compiler.

Here it is my Makefile:
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NAME = truck
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# variables 
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CC      = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc
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LD      = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ld -v
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AR      = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ar
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AS      = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-as
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CP      = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-objcopy
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OD    = arm-none-linux-gnueabi-objdump
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# LIBM = /home/noether/workspace/ARM7//gnuarm-4.0.2/arm-elf/lib/libm.a
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# LIBGCC = /home/noether/workspace/ARM7/gnuarm-4.0.2/lib/gcc/arm-elf/4.0.2/libgcc.a
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CFLAGS  = -I./ -mcpu=arm7tdmi -c -fno-common -Os -g
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AFLAGS  = -ahls -mapcs-32 -o crt.o
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LFLAGS  = -Map main.map -Ttruck.cmd
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CPFLAGS = --output-target=binary
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ODFLAGS  = -x --syms
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OBJECTS = crt.o  main.o timer.o misc.o tsip.o adc.o spi.o gps.o geomag.o isrsupport.o lowlevelinit.o 
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all:  main.out
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  @ echo "...copying"
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  $(CP) $(CPFLAGS) main.out main.bin
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  $(OD) $(ODFLAGS) main.out > main.dmp
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clean:
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  -$(RM) $(OBJECTS) crt.lst main.out main.bin main.map main.dmp
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main.out: $(OBJECTS) truck.cmd 
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  @ echo "..linking"
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LINK--------->  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(OBJECTS) -o main.out $(LFLAGS) -lm -lgcc 
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crt.o: crt.s
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  @ echo ".assembling"
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  $(AS) $(AFLAGS) crt.s > crt.lst
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main.o: main.c
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  @ echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) main.c
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timer.o: timer.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) timer.c
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misc.o: misc.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) misc.c
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tsip.o: tsip.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) tsip.c
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adc.o: adc.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) adc.c
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spi.o: spi.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) spi.c
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gps.o: gps.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) gps.c
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geomag.o: geomag.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) geomag.c
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isrsupport.o: isrsupport.c
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  @echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) isrsupport.c
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lowlevelinit.o: lowlevelinit.c
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  @ echo ".compiling"
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  $(CC) $(CFLAGS) lowlevelinit.c


And here it's the output:

noether@SpaceFish:~/workspace/ARM7/Truck$ make
..linking
arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc -I./ -mcpu=arm7tdmi -c -fno-common -Os -g 
crt.o  main.o timer.o misc.o tsip.o adc.o spi.o gps.o geomag.o 
isrsupport.o lowlevelinit.o  -o main.out -Map main.map -Ttruck.cmd -lm 
-lgcc
arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc: main.map: No such file or directory
arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc: unrecognized option '-Map'
make: *** [main.out] Error 1

I tried with -Map= instead -Map, and it is the same.
Any ideas? (i¡m really noob, i know it xD).

von Jörg W. (dl8dtl) (Moderator)


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noether wrote:

> Previously i used the ld, but now i want to delegate this work to the
> compiler.

In that case, you have to prefix linker-specific options with -Wl,
so your option must be

-Wl,-Map=main.map

The -Wl tells the compiler to not consider this option as a compiler
option but pass it on to the linker.

von noether (Guest)


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Thank you very much, i forgot it!

Anyway, finally i just compiled my own tool-chain this afternoon from 
sources xD, and everything is working again.

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