Makefile changes for symbols

Dave Aubin daubin at
Fri Oct 22 10:41:00 CEST 2004


  I don't know if this is your problem or not, but I have seen
Issues when using #if 0 or #ifdef <something no set> causing 
Alignment issues.   What you co do is run the file through the
Pre-procesor to generate output as what the compiler sees and then
Use this as your source.  Windows .net actuality is the one I've
Seen this alignment issue with.  That might be it.


-----Original Message-----
From: linuxbios-admin at
[mailto:linuxbios-admin at] On Behalf Of Ronald G. Minnich
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 11:33 AM
To: Stephen.Kimball at
Cc: Rodney.Kittleson at; linuxbios at;
Jeff_Pitts at
Subject: RE: Makefile changes for symbols

On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 Stephen.Kimball at wrote:

> Rod,
> I'm using Source Point 7.0.0.  I can see the source files.  I can 
> display source, disassembly or mixed.  However, the disassembly 
> doesn't match up with the source code.  There is a way to give Source 
> Point an offset when the symbols are loaded, but I can't seem to get 
> the right value.  I know the address of _start and __protected_start 
> but these labels are not in linuxbios_c.o.  I need to find the 
> location of a symbol in linuxbios_c.o to compute the offset.

there is a file we create called, did you check that out?

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