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I would like to change the default linker command line generate by SourceBoost IDE when i try to link a project.

 

How can I change this line ?

 

For example, i want to include more than default library without including these files in my project

 

Is there possible ?

 

In that file the default options of SourceBoost Ide are written ?

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gbMP,

I would like to change the default linker command line generate by SourceBoost IDE when i try to link a project.

 

How can I change this line ?

 

For example, i want to include more than default library without including these files in my project

 

Is there possible ?

 

In that file the default options of SourceBoost Ide are written ?

Settings -> Options -> BoostC compiler Options -> Extra linker options.

What you add in the extra linker options is appended to the regular linker command line.

 

Regards

Dave

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gbMP,
I would like to change the default linker command line generate by SourceBoost IDE when i try to link a project.

 

How can I change this line ?

 

For example, i want to include more than default library without including these files in my project

 

Is there possible ?

 

In that file the default options of SourceBoost Ide are written ?

Settings -> Options -> BoostC compiler Options -> Extra linker options.

What you add in the extra linker options is appended to the regular linker command line.

 

Regards

Dave

 

Bringing an old question back to life...

 

If I want to change the ROM base address I just enter in (for example):

 

rb 0x0800

 

into the Extra Linker options box?

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...If I want to change the ROM base address I just enter in (for example):

 

rb 0x0800

 

into the Extra Linker options box?...

 

-rb 0x0800

 

Regards,

Pavel

So where exactly does this get placed in the code? Before the configuration settings? Or was I correct about the Extra Linker options box?

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Yes you are correct, it goes into the Extra linker options: edit box.

 

Your boot loader will contain a jump/goto to address 0x0800 to start your application.

 

Reynard

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