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> gcc-cross-sa1100 compiler problem
post Jun 13 2004, 10:49 PM
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Hi guys,

I've been trying to cross compile Speakfreely7.6a to run on my 6000.
Unfortunately I've run into what seems to be a compiler bug:


/home/user/tmp/ccKHIiAS.s: Assembler messages:

/home/user/tmp/ccKHIiAS.s:87: Error: Cannot represent OFFSET_IMM8 relocation in this object file format

This happens when compiling the GSM package. Im going to try it w/o GSM, but from my past experience shows that really hurts sound quality.

I searched around to see exactly what "OFFSET_IMM8" means, and it seems to be a true compiler bug for 2.95.2, and there was no apparent fix in 2.95.3

Has anyone else encountered this? and is there a fix/work around available?

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post Jun 14 2004, 02:04 AM
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You could try reducing -O3 to something less (like -O2, -O1?)

Probably won't work, but worth a go.

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