objcopy sets wrong processor in IEEE-695-file
Tue Mar 2 11:35:00 GMT 1999
As far as I can tell, ieee support in the gnu tools works well enough to
be able to read most ieee files created by other vendors' tools, but not
well enough to be able to create all the different variations that are
The best solution seems to be to use some other file format. (Distant)
Second-best would be to hack the bfd sources to get IEEE the way you
Jepsen Hans Peter wrote:
> We are using objcopy ver. 2.9.1 to generate an ieee-695 file from a coff
> The commandline is:
> objcopy --debugging --output-target=ieee mainprog.cof mainprog.x
> In the ieee-695 file the Processor is set to "4" and not "68020" as expected
> - or better "68331". This makes our debugger reject the code.
> objdump says that the file format of the coff file is coff-m68k.
> Is this a bug or are we doing something wrong?
> Kind regards
> Hans Peter
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