|Re: Referencing libs generated by the closure tool from a non-RTSC CCSv4 project [message #510508 is a reply to message #510289]
||Wed, 27 January 2010 16:46
| Dave Russo
Registered: July 2009
Did you add the -L option as shown in the makefile in the example |
( http://rtsc.eclipse.org/docs-tip/Command_-_xdc.tools.closure #Examples)?
On 1/26/2010 10:22 PM, Brian Cruickshank wrote:
> http://rtsc.eclipse.org/docs-tip/Command_-_xdc.tools.closure describes
> how to use the "closure" tool to generate the files necessary for a
> non-RTSC application to use RTSC-generated target content without the
> need to use the XDC tools to build the project.
> I've found that this works very well with CCSv4.2 projects, except for a
> couple of minor problems.
> Here are the steps I took:
> 1. create the closure bundle in folder "c:/bundle":
> open a command window in the root directory of the CCSv4 RTSC
> configuration project
> cd C:\MyProjects\MyDemo_configuration
> xs xdc.tools.closure -d c:/bundle
> 2. create a new CCS project that DOES NOT have any dependencies on RTSC
> or BIOS, named MyClosureDemo
> 3. added some source code to MyClosureDemo, using the same #include
> <company/packagename/ModuleName.h> references as you would from a RTSC
> 4. set the project's build settings as follows:
> Compile settings:
> - Add c:\bundle\compiler.opt in the Command Files: (Read options from
> specified file)
> - Add the c:/bundle folder name to the Include file search path
> Linker settings
> Add the following to the "Include library file or command file as input"
> The problem is with this linker.cmd file.
> The generated linker.cmd file contains the following 2 lines:
> The linker reports the following errors when building the demo project:
> "c:\\bundle\\linker.cmd", line 2: error: cannot find file
> "c:\\bundle\\linker.cmd", line 3: error: cannot find file
> If you edit the linker.cmd file and specify the full path names to the
> .obj and .xdl files, the linker errors change to the following:
> error: cannot find file "ti\targets\rts6000\lib\ti.targets.rts6000.a64P"
> error: cannot find file "ti\targets\rts6000\lib\boot.a64P"
> ... and a bunch of libraries associated with the packages I've created.
> If you remove the second line of the linker.cmd file and specify the
> missing libraries directly in the build settings for the project,
> everything builds cleanly.
> Is there a compile option / flag that I need to configure in the CCSv4.2
> build settings to resolve the relative paths used in the linker.cmd file
> and the .xdl file?
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