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RE: [avr-gcc-list] Error in Nordic object file

From: Marius Harjoi
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] Error in Nordic object file
Date: Sat Jan 27 09:52:03 2001

Hello all,

        I didn't try that, but someone who did have compiled source code under
cygnus for the new version of gcc may try to write a program which scan the
created obj file and replace every occurrence of "/c/cygwin/dir1/dir2" with
"    c:\dir1\dir2". It's not a solution but It may work...


-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
[mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of Jim Pearce
Sent: 26 ianuarie 2001 17:37
To: address@hidden
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Error in Nordic object file

Thanks Larry, the -c switch did the trick.  For those of you who may be
trying to use Volker's test cases and make files, you will
need to add this
switch to his make2 file.  For GCCTEST9 to compile successfully you will
need to edit the io8515.h file to add a definition for
16-bit access to
TCNT1 since he uses the macro __inw_atomic(TCNT1) and the io*.h files only
define 8-bit access.

I am now trying to use the AVRStudio V3.21 and get the same error that
Gunnar got earlier: One or More files cannot be found ->
Error in Nordic object

I am using the avr-objcopy program as follows:

avr-objcopy -O avrobj gcctest9.elf gcctest9.obj
avr-objcopy -O srec gcctest9.elf gcctest9.rom
avr-objcopy -j .eeprom --set-section-flags=.eeprom="alloc,load" -O srec
gcctest9.elf gcctest9.eep

Does anyone see a problem here or have other suggestions on getting
AVRStudio to accept the obj file?

Thanks all-- Jim

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