BL51: WARNING L1 (UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL) USING INLINE ASSEMBLY
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I have a program that consists on several assembler files and a single C file that I compile with the #pragma SRC directive.
I'm receiving the following linker error messages:
WARNING L1: UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL SYMBOL SYMBOL: ?C?STRCPY MODULE: ASDF.OBJ (ASDF) WARNING L2: REFERENCE MADE TO UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL SYMBOL: ?C?STRCPY MODULE: ASDF.OBJ (ASDF) ADDRESS: 0223H
What am I doing wrong?
The linker is not finding the ?C?STRCPY segment. This has to do with the way you are creating the object files for your project.
When you compile a C file, the C compiler includes external references to the standard C library files in the OBJ file that is generated. When you use the #pragma SRC directive with a C file to generate an assembler SRC file, that information is no longer generated by the C compiler. So, you must generate it automatically (if there isn't another C file in your project that isn't compiled with the SRC directive.)
To successfully link your project, you must manually include the proper library file in your project.
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