I PM'd you with my email address as I couldn't seem to attach a file.Gary Miller said:If you used the "-save-temps " switch on the compile command then you should have produced an assembly output file along with the object file (.o) so we can look at that file and see what the C compiler did with the output file. The pascal web site might have people that already know how to fix this but we can continue to look at what is going on.
The output of "nm.rxe" is interesting but I have not used it to do anything other than generate assembly listings. Using the "-g" switch with nm.exe with and without the "-C" switch might be interesting.
Why don't you PM me with the "gp2x_sdl_mixer.o" file and I can look at it myself. If you can't get it in a PM then send me a PM and I will reply with my email address you could use to send it to me as a zip or the ".o".
Sorry if this is a noob question, but when you say the save temps switch, do you mean using the "-s" switch?
I am using
arm-linux-gcc.exe -s -c gp2x_sdl_mixer.c
to compile the C code, which produces a .o file but no .s file.
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