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Help compiling in IAR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on April 24, 2007
I am trying very simple program with just:



And the creation of functon vSIMFunction is a simple loop.

The fact is that all files are compiling, but i get an error in the linking process in IAR.

The error is:

Error[e133]: The output format motorola cannot handle multiple address spaces. Use format variants (-y -O) to specify
which address space is wanted

Any idea of what can be wrong, my target is for AT90SC144


RE: Help compiling in IAR

Posted by Richard on April 24, 2007
It sounds like the output format is not correct. In the project options, select the linker category, then select the output type you require (intel hex, or whatever). You can select two output formats if this is what you require by selecting the "Extra Output" tab.

Did you start your project based on the existing AVR/IAR demo?

I'm not sure how much you will get done in the small amount of RAM you have availble.


RE: Help compiling in IAR

Posted by Victor on April 25, 2007
Hi Richard,
thanks for the help.
My target have 8kRAM, hope it is enough to run the FreeRTOS.



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