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How can i use the C compatible assembly interrupts?

Question asked by pokot on Sep 6, 2011
Latest reply on Sep 8, 2011 by pokot

I've read the EE-134 about the C compatible asm interrputs.

There is a sentence on the page 3 :

     "A default file called
     060_HDR.ASM is used for the C interrupt
     handlers. In order to use assembly handlers, you
     will need to provide your own 060_HDR.ASM
     and include it as a source file in your project."

 

I tried to implement but i dont know what "060_HDR.ASM" should i use.

I have an ADSP-21363 system and when i build the project i got the message:

 

[Error li1040] ".\Foto3.ldf":132 Out of memory in output section 'seg_rth' in processor 'P0'
Total of 0x7f word(s) were not mapped.
For more details, see 'linker_log.xml' in the output directory.

 

I think the linker wanted to place two independent interrupt vector table to the seg_rth .

Could you offer me a correct IVT?

How can i tell the linker that "dont use the original 060_HDR.ASM" ?

 

thank you any help!

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