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Various general changes have been made in ARM Compiler toolchain v4.1.
The convention for naming environment variables, such as those for setting default header
and library directories, has changed. These are now prefixed with
RVCT. For example,
ARMCC41INC rather than
Backwards compatibility of objects and
libraries built with RVCT 3.0 and earlier is supported provided they have not been built
Given these restrictions, ARM strongly recommends that you rebuild your entire project, including any user, or third-party supplied libraries, with ARM Compiler v4.1. This is to avoid any potential incompatibilities, and to take full advantage of the improved optimization, enhancements, and new features provided by ARM Compiler v4.1.