Developer Studio 2.2.0 does not generate gcc.lkopt file


#1

Hi.

I just installed Dev Studio 2.2.0 and compiled the sample pcm_record_play.c. It compiles but when it comes to link time
if get: linker error on the gcc.lkopt script file. This file does not seem to exist. Looking through the forum,
it seems a linker option file generated by the dev tool. How can I generate this file or mod one by hand from a template?

Target is Q26Extreme.

-“Open AT OS Package”,“6.36.0.201107121206”
-“Firmware Package”,“7.45.0.201102220653”

Thanks!
Tim


#2

I am using Developer Studio 2.2.0 Build Version 2.2.0.201205091434-R9457, when i am trying to build sample project Helloworld,

Target:Q2686G
Developer Studio : 2.2.0.201205091434-R9457
Open AT Framework package : 2.37.0.201202280640
Open AT OS Package : 6.37.0.201202060950
Firmware Package : 7.47.0.201202010317
ExtendedATApplication Library Package : 1.10.0.201202270647
Internet Library Package : 5.43.0.201202100610

Link error: cannot open linker script file gcc.lkopt: No such file or directory.

This error i got after build the helloworld project.
if any body knows please help me out…

Regards,
mareedu


#3

Normally the linker script (gcc.lkopt) is automatically generated by DS
Please can you use the technical report facility (Help > Build Technical Report) to grab the logs and project, and post the zip here?


#4

Hi.

I also need to report that the Dev Studio basically hangs ALL the time. e.g. Just selecting the Open AT Project wizard kills the IDE into hanging. I tied the original 2.0 and with the updated to 2.2 same problem. It could be that I may have selected in my previous project just C/C++ wizard which may have lead to this no gcc.lkopt script missing… mainly because the other wizzards just don’t work.

Now, I need to complete this project and don’t particular care much for ECLIPSE as an IDE. Could I get the tool or instructions or file that generates the gcc.lkopt file… and a make file so I can compile the pcm_pay_record sample…
Even Build Technical Report kills the IDE???

Any idea what to do?

/Tim


#5

Now installed into a fresh XP installation.

Java run-time 7. IDE seems now working better. I am able to open the Open AT wizard for a new project…

I will recreate the sample project and see if I still have the issue.

/Tim


#6

Hi.

I was now able to compile and use the IDE as in the guide… So, this means my other machine has some Java run-time issue… will investigate.

/Tim