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Old 02-23-2004, 03:19 PM
Anders Hellerup Madsen
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Default Xilinx Microblaze and C++


According to the Xilinx EDK documentation, it should be possible to use
C++ code with the Microblaze CPU, but unfortunately the documentation
doesn't say anything about how one would do this. The Xilinx web page
and support forums doesn't have any information about C++ either, so I
was wondering if anyone have had any succes at all with C++ and
Microblaze systems?

My main problems seems to be with the linker (mb-ld). I can't link
anything against the Standard Template Libary. The sourcecode seems to
compile nicely enough, but when the linker tries to link the object
files, it's seems to encounter an unexpected '(' in it's own default
linker script. What's up with that?

I would really apreciate any input from everyone, and I appologise for
my horrible english. Hope you can help,

-- Anders

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