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Help with hard versus soft float on PPC
- Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2009 11:03:26 -0500
- From: dufault at hda.com (Peter Dufault)
- Subject: Help with hard versus soft float on PPC
I've been building my application for my new MPC5554 BSP using the MPC5554 hard-float (single precision SPE hard-float, I added the context switch hooks) while the BSP has been built using soft float. This has been working OK for about a month. I tried to rebuild the BSP with the same set of flags as my application, but now I get warnings, though I didn't before even though there was a mismatch then too.
/opt/rtems-4.10/lib/gcc/powerpc-rtems4.10/4.4.2/../../../../powerpc-rtems4.10/bin/ld: Warning: /home/dufault/work/scratch/Andrea_Doria/powerpcmpc5566evbrtems4.10/lib/libmotobank.a(servo.o) uses hard float, o-optimize/motobank.exe uses soft float
All the application and bsp .o files are now built using:
and the final link looks like this:
-specs bsp_specs \
-o o-optimize/motobank.exe \
I haven't done anything about rebuilding newlib.
What's the right way to go about properly building for -float-gprs=single -mspe?