[xsde-users] RE: VxWorks Link errors --- strange things ...
Terry.O'Laughlin at ipc.com
Fri Dec 10 09:18:19 EST 2010
Is it that there is a positional requirement to add after WAN.tmp?
We have a lot of libraries that we add. It appears that if I move the position in the list of libs to link against, I get differing errors.
I'll check into this with our VxWorks experts.
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From: Boris Kolpackov [mailto:boris at codesynthesis.com]
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2010 6:37 AM
To: O'Laughlin, Terry
Cc: xsde-users at codesynthesis.com
Subject: Re: VxWorks Link errors --- strange things ...
O'Laughlin, Terry <Terry.O'Laughlin at ipc.com> writes:
> ldppc -N -X -e _sysInit -Ttext 00010000 \
> -o WAN vxworks/dataSegPad.o WAN.tmp ckversion.o ctdt.o -T /usr/mx/3rdparty/vw5.5/powerpc_qos/target/h/tool/gnu/ldscripts/link.RAM
> WAN.tmp: In function `RTCREvents_saggr::RTCREvents_saggr(void)':
> WAN.tmp(.text+0x379fb2): undefined reference to `xsde::cxx::serializer::validating::time_simpl::time_simpl(void)'
These symbols should be defined in libxsde.a. Try to add it to the linker
command line, after WAN.tmp:
ldppc -N -X -e _sysInit -Ttext 00010000 \
-o WAN vxworks/dataSegPad.o WAN.tmp path/to/libxsde.a ckversion.o ctdt.o \
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