I have gotten a whole bunch of code to work with Texas Instruments DSP/BIOS, compiled with Code Composer. Presently my code forms a complete piece of firmware, as a single application, that just supports FireWire I/O and nothing else.
But what I want to do is to package my code as a library for use by my client. I don't want him to have to included my dozens of source files in his project. I'd like to give him a project that builds a library, and then have him include the library in his main project, which does a lot of other stuff.
I've been able to build a library, and I've been able to add a library to a small project that serves as a test harness. However, none of the library functions that my test harness calls resolve in the link.
I think the way to fix this is to use a linker commmand (.cmd) file, but I can't find much documentation on how to write them. No where in the TI documentation can I find any information on using libraries you build yourself.
Here's my first attempt at a .cmd file:
Somewhere I saw that the first thing one must have in a custom linker command file is "-lfoo.cmd", where foo.cmd is the linker command file that's automatically generated from the .cdb configuration file. I have to spell out the pathnames or else code composer can't find the files.
However, although this .cmd file appears to parse correctly, it doesn't make any of my functions resolve.
Thanks for any tips you can give me.
Mike Crawford GoingWare Inc. - Expert Software Development and Consulting
Tilting at Windmills for a Better Tomorrow.