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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Constant confusion

From: Marlin Unruh
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Constant confusion
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 07:55:15 -0600


Is there information embedded in the error message to help trace down the problem? I had a similar problem with struct by defining the struct as volatile instead of the elements inside the struct as volatile. I have a number of pointer variables to const and it may take me a while to hack it till I find the offending line, or lines.

Should it not concern me, because the code works fine, I just can't use the debugger. I really dislike warnings and error messages.

Should this question be posted somewhere else? I seems that it is avr-gcc related. Who manages the coff file generation code?

Any advice would be appreciated.


At 11:13 AM 10/14/2002 -0600, you wrote:

I have up-graded avr-gcc from avrfreaks.net and am getting an error with the .cof files generator. The code seems to pass thru the compiler but chocks on the .cof stuff.

I have a look-up table that is in program code space. I need to create a pointer to the table. What is the correct usage to satisfy the cof file generator.

"Errors: none"
elfcoff _symc.elf  _symc.cof _symc.sym
 : 826
  : 678
   : 563
    : 387
Error on parsing symbol 1178 -> Type : 404x Desc : pointer:r(1,1)=k(1,2)=*(9,2)

I searched for correct const usage and it seems I using it correct.


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