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LINKING RTX166 PROJECT DOES NOT WORK

Applies to: RTX166 Real-time Kernel

Answer


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SYMPTOMS

Multiple error messages show up when linking an existing RTX166 application with newer C166 versions. For example:

*** ERROR L104: MULTIPLE PUBLIC DEFINITIONS
    SYMBOL:  ?C_SYSSTKTOP

CAUSE

The ?C_SYSSTKTOP symbol was not defined in earlier startup files provided with the Keil development environment. This symbol was defined by RTX166.

The latest versions of the Keil development environment define this symbol in the startup code where it logically belongs. Older revisions of RTXCONF.C must be replaced by the latest version contained in RTX166 Version 4.10.

RESOLUTION

Use the latest version of RTX166. Or, as a work-around, you may remove the definition of ?C_SYSSTKTOP from RTXCONF.C.

STATUS

This problem is corrected in RTX166 Version 4.10.

Article last edited on: 2004-09-17 12:07:48

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