libstdc++ in 4.5.0 b3
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Thu May 18 13:15:13 UTC 2000
Nick.SIMON at syntegra.bt.co.uk wrote:
> Adding -lstdc++ in <BSP>.cfg fixed the problem. Many thanks.
> Joel, this is probably applicable to eth-comm, and maybe the other powerpc
Could you use the ld option to verify that you are getting the
appropriate multilib variant?
FYI I have a handful of small reports for the eth_comm BSP in beta3.
Could you send a patch that works for you?
The list (off the top of my head is):
+ start code "b"'s to boot_card not "bl" so it can't be returned
to. After the bl, there should be a "branch to self" instruction.
+ interrupt stack size too small
+ The -lstdc++ problem.
These are minor but picky. A patch from someone who is running
the BSP would be safer.
The libstdc++ problem bothers me for the same reason it does Ralf.
There are cases with multilib variants where it does not seem
to work right.
> -- Nick Simon
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