[U-Boot-Users] board porting question

Xuezhang Dong xdong at broadcom.com
Thu Jan 12 23:38:36 CET 2006

Again this is the screen print out looks like:


U-Boot code:                                               lFsa:hB%**
*aWnrni g

 -ab dRC,Cu isgnd feuatle vnrinoemtn                                    


sU-Boot code:                                               BlFsa:hB**
*aWnrni g

 -ab dRC,Cu isgnd feuatle vnrinoemtn                                    


sU-Boot code:                                               BlFsa:hB%**

g -ab dRC,Cu isgnd feuatle vnrinoemtn


sU-Boot code:                                               BlFsa:hB**
*aWnrni g

 -ab dRC,Cu isgnd feuatle vnrinoemtn                                    


-----Original Message-----
From: u-boot-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:u-boot-users-admin at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Xuezhang
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 2:31 PM
To: u-boot-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [U-Boot-Users] board porting question

Thanks for the reply and my appology for the HTML format, I thought mail
server will convert it. Never mind, it wonot happened again.

I was using the latest toolchain from snapgear:
ARM/XSCALE - arm-linux-tools-20051123.tar.gz

And I supplied the compiler with -mbigarm parameter.

Any idea how I can verify/debug this problem?


In message
<54AD0F12E08D1541B826BE97C98F99F11C29B3 at NT-SJCA-0751.brcm.ad.broadcom.co
m> you wrote:
> I have a board with arm926 big-endian, serial port, NOR/SRAM. I used 
> omap 1610H2 as my code base since the cpu type is same. Problem is 
> that the printf() function doesnot work, for example:
> printf("\n%s\n", uboot_version); instead of print the real string, it 
> give me the "%s" as is.
> So I want to know it is a big-edian problem or ..., any clue will be 
> appreciated.

I can only speculate here. Eventually this  is  a  toolchain  problem
(printf()  being  a variable argument list function and thus sensible
against problems with parameter passing).

> Content-Type: text/html;
>  charset=us-ascii
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

And will you please stop posting HTML here???

I am *seriously* considering the option to move this list from SF and
reject all messages  that  contain  HTML  (or  even  base64)  encoded

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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