[U-Boot] Use of the go command

Wolfgang Denk wd at denx.de
Wed Sep 11 11:44:33 UTC 2019

Dear Gregor,

In message <42665f37f2da4296b1c923f92ac30661 at tq-group.com> you wrote:
> i use the go command from the hush shell to execute a function
> from environment. That function has been initially compiled in
> U-Boot and was first called in board_late_init().


> I call the function by using 
> go #address

Go is supposed to be used with standalone programs only.

> My question is now: Is it safe to use the go command to execute
> U-boot functions or do I miss something here?

You are invoking undefined behaviour.

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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