maybe this is a stupid question (in which case I apologize). I got two linker errors:
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L2310 (E) Undefined external symbol "_write" referenced in "_flshbuf"
L2310 (E) Undefined external symbol "_sbrk" referenced in "malloc"
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I have seen several posts in this and other forums describing this behaviour, but did not find a working solution. I tried to change the Standard Library Settings in the toolchain, without any success. After searching for the sbrk symbol I found it at <HEW>\System\Pg\Renesas\SH\Sh_9_0\Generate\sbrk\sbrk.c. I do not know what this Generate folder is for, but I guess it is part of the files of which the Standard Library is built.
Any idea how to solve this?
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You try to use printf() but did not select the option "Use I/O Library" during project set up.
So you are missing the low level routines for it. You have to add following files to your project:
lowsrc.c and lowsrc.h
sbrk.c and sbrk.h
or you simply generate a new project and mark "Use I/O Library" during set up.
You should enable _INIT_IOLIB() in resetprg.c
If you don't use the simulated IO you have to modify charput() and charget() in lowlvl.src to suit your needs.
Is there any chance to select the "Use I/O Library" option after the project already has been set up? I would like to avoid to reconfigure everything, and copying the mentioned files into my project seems somehow dirty to me (or is it the "natural" way?)...
Does this option somehow correspond to the "Toolchain Settings>Standard Library>Object>Simple I/O function"?
Anyway, thanks for the fast answer!!!
Sorry, no other way. I think the best way is to create a new project with the option set, and then copy the files to your project.
The "Simple I/O functio" has nothing to do with these files and the "Use I/O Library" option. This simple I/O function option only limits the functionality of printf() and thus reduces the printf size considerably.