[U-Boot-Users] _udivsi3 and _umodsi3 from the compiler libraries instead of libarm.a
rwhaley at applieddata.net
Tue Feb 15 00:56:59 CET 2005
Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> In message <42112C01.9000003 at applieddata.net> you wrote:
>>I had a problem linking u-boot for an IXP425 (ARM) board. The problem
>>was that _udivsi3 and _umodsi3 were being satisfied from the compiler
>>libraries instead of libarm.a.
>>One fix that works is to change this line in the top level Makefile:
>>--start-group $(LIBS) $(PLATFORM_LIBS) --end-group \
>>--start-group $(LIBS) --end-group $(PLATFORM_LIBS) \
> Yes, this is what we changed in recent versions of U-Boot.
>>I'm concerned that this might break other stuff. Is there a better way
>>to fix this?
> Can you please explain your concerns? Why should this break "other
> stuff"? Why should there be a "better way", i. e. what is it that you
> dislike with this solution?
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang Denk
I was only concerned only because I wasn't sure that some system didn't
depend on the compiler libraries being searched twice.
Sorry, I'm reinventing the wheel (I just downloaded this 2 weeks ago).
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