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Re: [avr-libc-dev] [Debian Wheezy] crttn13a.o: No such file?

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: Re: [avr-libc-dev] [Debian Wheezy] crttn13a.o: No such file?
Date: Sat, 08 Dec 2012 22:54:58 +0700
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>>>>> Joerg Wunsch <address@hidden> writes:
>>>>> As Ivan Shmakov wrote:

 >> I've just tried to build a program for ATtiny13A on a recent
 >> Debian Wheezy, and got:

 >> $ avr-gcc -g -O2 -Wall -pedantic -std=gnu99 -mmcu=attiny13a \
 >>       -L/usr/lib/avr/lib/avr25  ../6pp5iouyw6unnen7egfroozp8b.c \
 >>       -o 6pp5iouyw6unnen7egfroozp8b 
 >> /usr/lib/gcc/avr/4.7.0/../../../avr/bin/ld: crttn13a.o: No such file: No 
 >> such file or directory
 >> collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

 > Johann, is this the symptom for bug 35407?

 > https://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/?35407

        I don't seem to understand how it could be related.  Is there a
        specific test I can run?

        FTR, as of 1:1.8.0-3, Debian's avr-libc ships both lib/crttn13.o
        /and/ lib/avr25/crttn13.o (for the similar, ATtiny13 MCU),
        differing in only a dozen of bytes.

 > Ivan, do you have a random generator for the names of your source
 > file? :-)

        Well, I grow tired of naming my throw-away code test-1.c, …,
        test-510.c, etc.  Given that I've used to write code on several
        hosts, using a randomly-generated filename (or, alternatively,
        one that's based on a timestamp) helps a lot when copying the
        files between hosts.  (I'd prefer a filename based on a digest,
        or a tree hash, of the file's contents, but it'd be a real
        hassle given the tools I'm currently relying upon.)

        Specifically, 6pp5iouyw6unnen7egfroozp8b is a zBase32-encoded
        [*] UUID (e. g., [1]), based on a random number.

[1] urn:ietf:rfc:4122
[*] The standard form would be: beb55de1-04d4-4f21-90e8-c81402e16d27.

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