[coldfire-gnu-discuss] Invalid code generated with gcc-4.2 fo r target m68k-rtems.
kevin.kirspel at optimedical.com
Mon Jun 25 19:17:16 UTC 2007
When I compile gcc and install it, there is no m5329 lib directory created.
When I look at the m68k-elf releases that you guys build I see a m5329 lib
directory. When I run GCC and specify the -mcpu=5329 option, GCC can not
find the libraries associated with that CPU and therefore picks the 68020
libraries as a default (I don't know if this is true but it explains why
there is 68020 instructions in my output). How do I get GCC to compile and
install the m5329 lib directories? By default I see the following
processors in the lib directory
M5200, m5206, m68000, m68030, m68040, m68060, mcpu32
From: Daniel Jacobowitz [mailto:dan at codesourcery.com]
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 1:34 PM
To: Kirspel, Kevin
Cc: 'coldfire-gnu-discuss at codesourcery.com'
Subject: Re: [coldfire-gnu-discuss] Invalid code generated with gcc-4.2 for
On Mon, Jun 25, 2007 at 01:18:26PM -0400, Kirspel, Kevin wrote:
> I have downloaded the coldfire-4.2 source code and I have cross-compiled
> for the m68k-rtems target (for use with mcf5329EVB). Everything builds
> installs fine. After the tools are installed I compiled my OS. The
> compilation of the OS completes with no errors. When I run the OS using
> GDB, the program fails in the newlib memset() function. The PC register
> the time of failure is at 0x400149ea. I disassembled the application
> m68k-rtems-objdump) and got the following output for memset():
> 400149ea: e8c3 0164303
This instruction does not occur in any of the memset implementations
we ship; I suspect it is a problem with your configuration when you
rebuilt the tools.
If I'm reading the disassembler table correctly, that is bftst - an
instruction present on the 68020 but not on ColdFire.
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