Could anyone solve this problem: when I put in my C code named keyboard.c the following lines:
and I compile the source with m68k-pic-coff-gcc, I obtain the following error lines:
/tmp/cca002181.o (.text+0x5A): keyboard.c : undefined reference to '$0700"
/tmp/cca002181.o (.text+0x5C): keyboard.c : undefined reference to 'SR"
/tmp/cca002181.o (.text+0x260): keyboard.c : undefined reference to '$F0FF"
/tmp/cca002181.o (.text+0x262): keyboard.c : undefined reference to '$SR"
I use the two line of assembler to disable (the first line) and enable (the second line) the interrupt in the 68EZ328 processor.
I take this assembler code from an application note from Motorola regarding the project of a minimum I/O to matrix keyboard with DragonBall EZ328. I thing that in the code of Motorola there aren't syntax error so why it's not working with the uClinux compiler?
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