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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Can't Use Avrobj with EEPROM (can't find source file,

From: Larry Barello
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Can't Use Avrobj with EEPROM (can't find source file, nordic file error)
Date: Wed Jan 31 03:11:04 2001

Here is an excerpt from my makefile...  Peter Fleury's
Avrgcc code examples shows the way to fix the overlap
problem.  Since I am not there yet, I have not investigated
fully.  See the attached e-mail.  I am assuming you know how
to get an .elf file...

 BIN = avr-objcopy
 FORMAT = ihex

%obj: %elf
 $(BIN) -O avrobj $< $@

%hex: %elf
 $(BIN) -O $(FORMAT) $< $@

%eep: %elf
 $(BIN) -j
.eeprom --set-section-flags=.eeprom="alloc,load" -O
$(FORMAT) $< $@

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christoph Plattner" <address@hidden>
> I had the problem, that the linker gives out an error,
> that it has 2 overloapping addresses between the code
> section and the eerpom section. I also use this
> contruct described below, but all running under Linux.
> Further there must be a official way to produce the HEX
> file from code (section text) and one of setction EEPROM,
> to program them independent with `uisp'.
> I hope you can aslo help me, here.

--- Begin Message --- Subject: Example with eeprom section support Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 23:11:34 +0100
Hi Larry,

Thanks for the good speed news of the new mingw port. It still use the cygwin 

I have you an examle program with eeprom section.
I could successfully debug it with AVR-Studio, although I still use
AVR Studio 3.0.

The EE-section support has changed or is broken a little.
A had to add
to *.elf *.eep target. 
Without this flag I got an offset in the EE section.

This example program with makefile can be found on my homepage
(software section -> AVRGCC examples)
    http://luna.spaceports.com/~pfleury   (new mirror)


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