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How to link to libraries

Question asked by atorborg on Jul 16, 2010

I have a base of code developed for a BF533 with 1394 - it consists of a application and a number of libraries.

 

I am converting it to BF537 with Ethernet.  I started by creating new lwip-based application for the BF537. Next - I started porting the library projects.  This consists of:

1)  Converting the library project files to use BF537,

2)  Fixing any compiler errors,

3)  Making the projects dependencies of the main application.

 

The libraries compile fine, the dependencies are building in the right order, but I am getting this linker error on any references from the libraries

[Error li1021]  The following symbols referenced in processor 'p0' could not be resolved:

 

I can look at the ldf file and see that the library dependencies are not getting included for the main application.  Expert linker makes the ldf file read only...

 

The question:  How do I get these libraries included as dependencies to the linker?

 

Thanks,

Alan

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