On 2001.04.17 18:58:56 +0100 Tom Walsh wrote:
> Ian Leonard wrote:
> > > Your tool chain probably is the wrong one user space uses the 68k pic coff
> > > chain. But maybe I am wrong.
> > This maybe so, but my program is too big for the coff tool chain so I need
> > to use elf.
> Big? In what way? My application's text section is now at 0xe59c in
> length and I am still coding. I am using Erwin's PIC32 gcc compiler on
> the 68EZ328 platform.
The linker gives lots of messages of which the following is an example.
I assume this is the 32k limit?
The application is thttpd. Aparently there is a Coldfire port of this already
(I am on the 68EZ328) but I haven't managed to track it down yet.
/opt/uClinux/m68k-pic-coff/lib/crt0.o(.text+0x2a):crt0.S: relocation truncated
to fit: DISP16 exit
thttpd.o(.text+0x36):thttpd.c: relocation truncated to fit: DISP16 syslog
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