|creating a C++ project for an arm processor [message #774763]
||Wed, 04 January 2012 09:50
| Robert Brusa
Registered: July 2009
I use eclipse/CDT "Helios Service Release 1" with a gnu toolchain (arm-eabi) for an AT91sam7x based board. When creating a "hello world" or empty c++ project, it creates a configuration that is for a PC-environment. This I conclude from libraries that are listed in the imports list. Somehow I managed to change that by brute force using an existing c-project and changing the file C:\ProjDAc\TDSsw\ws01\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.cdt.make.core\tds_2.sc, where tds_2 is the name of my project.
Now I have a system where compilation and linking is working and even better - the resultig elf file can be loaded and it works. But the build process ends prematurely, with the following message:
Finished building target: tds_2.elf
make --no-print-directory post-build
Parser.d:1: *** multiple target patterns. Stop.
make: *** [tds_2.elf] Error 2
It seems my configuration (missing plugin?) is far from perfect.
Thanks for advice - Bob
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