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Hollis Milroy commented on Mark J. Sutherland's blog post Moving Relocatable Code Files - org Directive
"try giving all your "code" sections different names.  I believe that each section has to have a unique name (label).  This worked for me"
Mar 28, 2011
Jeff Nicholls commented on Mark J. Sutherland's blog post Moving Relocatable Code Files - org Directive
"I'm pretty sure your problem is that you are trying to put code into already occupied program memory.  Check your main program, are you using any ORGs in it?  I know my main program first has: ORG 0x0000 goto Initialize   ORG…"
Mar 2, 2011
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Moving Relocatable Code Files - org Directive

For simplicity's sake, up until this point I have been keeping all of my LCD writing functions and tables in the same file, but now that I am cleaning up my code in its near-polished state, I'm looking to move my tables to a separate file. I have no problem with all of the basic steps, but since I am using relocatable code generated with the code flag, the linker always puts my tables in the last part of the program memory, which makes the tables work incorrectly (as we all know, there is a 256…See More
Mar 2, 2011
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Moving Relocatable Code Files - org Directive

For simplicity's sake, up until this point I have been keeping all of my LCD writing functions and tables in the same file, but now that I am cleaning up my code in its near-polished state, I'm looking to move my tables to a separate file.

 

I have no problem with all of the basic steps, but since I am using relocatable code generated with the code flag, the linker always puts my tables in the last part of the program memory, which makes the tables work incorrectly (as…

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