Error when linking
manu at stapf.org
Sun Oct 21 07:28:49 EST 2001
Indeed my problem is supposed to be around 50MB in size and as you
guessed I can't make it smaller.
I looked at the mailing list archive but I could not find what I should
use to make `ld' link my object files. So if anyone as the solution do
not hesitate to share it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brad Boyer [mailto:flar at pants.nu]
> Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2001 11:47 AM
> To: manu at stapf.org
> Cc: 'Kaoru Fukui'; linuxppc-dev at lists.linuxppc.org
> Subject: Re: Error when linking
> I suspect the problem is that you're trying to call functions that the
> linker is putting farther apart than can be referenced in a 24 bit
> offset, which is the largest branch offset allowed with that type
> of call. Would your final program be bigger than 16M? Any branch with
> an offset more than 16M can't fit in a normal ppc branch instruction.
> If possible, you should make your program smaller, but if that isn't
> feasible, I seem to remember someone mentioning a way to make the
> linker do calls with absolute, 32 bit addresses. I just don't remember
> how to do it, and the ld manpages aren't the best in the world for
> architecture specific stuff. This came up once before on the mailing
> list, so you might try to search the archives.
> Brad Boyer
> flar at allandria.com
> Emmanuel STAPF wrote:
> > I should add that they occur only when I have my 1000
> files. A similar
> > project using those C function but smaller compiles without
> any problem.
> > Any idea why and what are the possible solutions?
> > Manu
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