So, it turns out I had a precompiler issue that was behind the linker
error. I think things are squared away there.
The interworking error is still unresolved. If that's something that Dave
isn't seeing, then my initial thought is that the cross-compiler I have
doesn't support interworking, even though we are clearly using the switches
for it. That said, I'm sure I'm the farthest thing from a cross-compiler
expert in the room...
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Jeremy Booth <jboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> When trying to compile some ADC bits and pieces, I get the following error:
> main.o: In function `ADCtestTask':
> /home/user/freertos-5.1.2-lpc23xx/BlinkyLightSample/main.c:198: undefined
> reference to `configureADCPort'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make: *** [BlinkyLightSample.elf] Error 1
> I have a similar directory, include and makefile setup for the GPIO stuff,
> and as far as I can tell they all match. The GPIO commands compile and work
> just fine.
> This should show up in the latest commit to the 5.1.2Testing branch of the
> LPC2368 code.
> Also, I could use a few pointers on getting that interworking thing set
> up. If I read what Dave said earlier correctly, then I will have to
> recompile the GCC libs, but I could have that all munged up...
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