Description of problem:
pic16 libraries missing
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
2.6.0 #4309 (old)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. ls /usr/share/sdcc/lib/pic16
2. Observe that only file is pic16.lib
Directory should contain a number of files, including pic16.lib
If 2.6.0 (which is at least two major versions back) is installed from the
tarball, the library directory contains the following:
crt0i.o libio18f4320.lib libio18f8720.lib pic18f4331.lib
crt0iz.o libio18f4331.lib libm18f.lib pic18f442.lib
crt0.o libio18f442.lib libsdcc.lib pic18f4455.lib
libc18f.lib libio18f4455.lib pic16.lib pic18f448.lib
libdebug.lib libio18f448.lib pic18f1220.lib pic18f4520.lib
libio18f1220.lib libio18f4520.lib pic18f1320.lib pic18f452.lib
libio18f1320.lib libio18f452.lib pic18f2220.lib pic18f4550.lib
libio18f2220.lib libio18f4550.lib pic18f2320.lib pic18f458.lib
libio18f2320.lib libio18f458.lib pic18f242.lib pic18f6520.lib
libio18f242.lib libio18f6520.lib pic18f2455.lib pic18f6620.lib
libio18f2455.lib libio18f6620.lib pic18f248.lib pic18f6680.lib
libio18f248.lib libio18f6680.lib pic18f252.lib pic18f6720.lib
libio18f252.lib libio18f6720.lib pic18f2550.lib pic18f8520.lib
libio18f2550.lib libio18f8520.lib pic18f258.lib pic18f8620.lib
libio18f258.lib libio18f8620.lib pic18f4220.lib pic18f8680.lib
libio18f4220.lib libio18f8680.lib pic18f4320.lib pic18f8720.lib
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Checked on Fedora 10, still same problem.
This version is a little stale, although it seems to work better than the latest upstream (except, of course, that it must be installed from the tarball rather than the RPM).
I notice that the package has been updated to the latest upstream in F10 GA, but the libraries are still missing, both for pic and pic16.
The sdcc package in the repo is useless for pic without the pic libraries.
$ sdcc-sdcc -mpic14 -p16c622 test.c
libsdcc.lib: No such file or directory
I have the following installed:
The libc sources aren't usable in their packaged form either:
# cd /usr/share/sdcc/lib/src/pic
checking for gpasm... gpasm
checking for gplink... gplink
checking for gplib... gplib
checking for rm... rm -f
checking for cp... cp
checking for mv... mv
checking for ls... ls
checking for sed... sed
checking for grep that handles long lines and -e... /bin/grep
checking for egrep... /bin/grep -E
checking for mkdir... mkdir -p
checking for rmdir... rmdir
checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes
configure: creating ./config.status
config.status: creating Makefile
config.status: creating Makefile.common
config.status: creating libdev/Makefile
config.status: creating libsdcc/Makefile
config.status: creating libm/Makefile
make: Entering directory `/usr/share/sdcc/lib/src/pic/libsdcc'
[ CC ] ==> build/libsdcc/_divschar.o
/bin/sh: ../../../../bin/sdcc: No such file or directory
make: *** [../build/libsdcc/_divschar.o] Error 127
make: Leaving directory `/usr/share/sdcc/lib/src/pic/libsdcc'
make: *** [recurse] Error 1
Why can't the pic libs be added to the binary package? It seems like this has been an issue for a long time.
Does anyone have a good tutorial on adding the libs required for compiling for pic and pic16 from the tarball?
*** Bug 507742 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Basically, to fix this, one can just BuildRequire gputils, so make will then also build PIC libraries.
However, strip then tries to strip the built libraries, but fails since it doesn't understand the file format. So the __os_install_post hack that was present in older versions of the sdcc.spec file is needed again, too.
Ok, I've added a buildrequire on gputils and re-added the __os_install_post hack to the devel/ spec. It's building in koji now: http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=1448278 .
Sorry I didn't notice this bug before -- thanks Thomas for pinging me about it.
Anyway, if that is ok, I would like to push it out to F-11 and F-10 as well, since -- as I understand it -- those have broken PIC libraries as well. Does that sound OK to everyone?
(In reply to comment #8)
> Anyway, if that is ok, I would like to push it out to F-11 and F-10 as well,
> since -- as I understand it -- those have broken PIC libraries as well. Does
> that sound OK to everyone?
Please do. Thanks.
Ah, I just realized I haven't been getting email from one of my accounts for the past several weeks -- which is why I didn't notice this. I'm terribly sorry. I'll push this to F-11 and F-10 now, thanks.
sdcc-2.9.0-5.fc10 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 10.
Oops, I broke the upgrade path. F-11 is only on sdcc-2.9.0-3. Bumping it to 2.9.0-5 as well (F-10, F-11, and devel should be the same now).
sdcc-2.9.0-5.fc11 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 11.
sdcc-2.9.0-5.fc10 has been pushed to the Fedora 10 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
sdcc-2.9.0-5.fc11 has been pushed to the Fedora 11 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.