Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="------------080102090804000700040904" --------------080102090804000700040904 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hello Maarten, Thank you very much for looking at my problem report. I have attached an updated zip file with the missing files, though I don't think they are required to reproduce the problem. I have temporarily worked around the issue by changing the type of "i" to char, but I would be pleased if a general solution could be found. thanks again! anthony* Maarten Brock wrote: > Anthony, > > There are still header files missing. At least these, > but maybe more: > > 8051def.h > log.h > timetable-aggregate.h > > Maarten > > >> I located the source of the problem in timetable.h. >> >> * int i;* >> int t1, t2; >> >> t1 = t2 = t->size; >> for(i = *t->ptr - 1; i>= 0; --i) { >> * if(t->timestamps[i].id == id1) {* >> t1 = i; >> break; >> } >> } >> >> I see that the array dereference would use multiplication with the int >> i. I don't understand why this cause an assertion failure. >> >> Any thoughts? >> >> >> Anthony Asterisk wrote: >> >>> Hello sdcc-users, >>> >>> I recently started using sdcc. I'm working on porting contiki-OS to an >>> 8051 based system. I downloaded the latest source code (10-28-09) >>> compiled and installed, but when I compile contiki I get an assertion >>> failure in convilong. >>> >>> The assertion message and compilation flags are: >>> >>> sdcc -DCONTIKI_TARGET_WGN_BRIONE -DBRIONE_VER=4 -DBRIONE_DEV_VER=3 >>> -DBRIONE_EXP_ENABLE -DBRIONE_LED_DISABLE -DBRIONE_LIGHT_SENSOR_DISABLE >>> -DBRIONE_BUTTONS_DISABLE --std-c99 --model-large --stack-auto >>> -DSDCC_CC2430 -DRIME_CONF_NO_POLITE_ANNOUCEMENTS -I. >>> -I../../platform/wgn-brione/. -I../../platform/wgn-brione/dev >>> -I../../cpu/cc2430/. -I../../cpu/cc2430/dev -I../../core/dev >>> -I../../core/lib -I../../core/net -I../../core/net/mac >>> -I../../core/net/rime -I../../core/net/routing -I../../core/sys >>> -I../../core/cfs -I../../core/ctk -I../../core/lib/ctk >>> -I../../core/loader -I../../core/. -c ../../core/sys/timetable.c -o >>> obj_wgn-brione/timetable.o >>> >>> sdcc: SDCCopt.c:707: convilong: Assertion `0' failed. Caught signal 6: >>> SIGABRT >>> make: *** [obj_wgn-brione/timetable.o] Error 1 >>> >>> sdcc -v shows: >>> >>> user@instant-contiki:~/contiki-2.x/examples/accel_demo$ sdcc -v >>> >>> SDCC : mcs51/gbz80/z80/avr/ds390/pic16/pic14/TININative/xa51/ds400/hc08 >>> 2.9.4 #5556 (Oct 29 2009) (UNIX) >>> >>> I'm attaching timetable.c and various header files as a zip, I don't >>> see any mult, div, or mod functions. I see only pointer dereferences (*). >>> >>> Any advice you can give for a workaround would be greatly appreciated. >>> >>> Anthony* >>> >> > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Come build with us! The BlackBerry(R) Developer Conference in SF, CA > is the only developer event you need to attend this year. Jumpstart your > developing skills, take BlackBerry mobile applications to market and stay > ahead of the curve. Join us from November 9 - 12, 2009. Register now! > http://p.sf.net/sfu/devconference > _______________________________________________ > Sdcc-user mailing list > Sdcc-user@lists.sourceforge.net > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/sdcc-user > --------------080102090804000700040904 Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hello Maarten,

Thank you very much for looking at my problem report.  I have attached an updated zip file with the missing files, though I don't think they are required to reproduce the problem.  I have temporarily worked around the issue by changing the type of "i" to char, but I would be pleased if a general solution could be found.


thanks again!


anthony*

Maarten Brock wrote:
Anthony,

There are still header files missing. At least these, 
but maybe more:

8051def.h
log.h
timetable-aggregate.h

Maarten

  
I located the source of the problem in timetable.h.

*  int i;*
   int t1, t2;

   t1 = t2 = t->size;
   for(i = *t->ptr - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
*    if(t->timestamps[i].id == id1) {*
       t1 = i;
       break;
     }
   }

I see that the array dereference would use multiplication with the int 
i.  I don't understand why this cause an assertion failure.

Any thoughts?


Anthony Asterisk wrote:
    
Hello sdcc-users,

I recently started using sdcc. I'm working on porting contiki-OS to an 
8051 based system. I downloaded the latest source code (10-28-09) 
compiled and installed, but when I compile contiki I get an assertion 
failure in convilong.

The assertion message and compilation flags are:

sdcc -DCONTIKI_TARGET_WGN_BRIONE -DBRIONE_VER=4 -DBRIONE_DEV_VER=3 
-DBRIONE_EXP_ENABLE -DBRIONE_LED_DISABLE -DBRIONE_LIGHT_SENSOR_DISABLE 
-DBRIONE_BUTTONS_DISABLE --std-c99 --model-large --stack-auto 
-DSDCC_CC2430 -DRIME_CONF_NO_POLITE_ANNOUCEMENTS -I. 
-I../../platform/wgn-brione/. -I../../platform/wgn-brione/dev 
-I../../cpu/cc2430/. -I../../cpu/cc2430/dev -I../../core/dev 
-I../../core/lib -I../../core/net -I../../core/net/mac 
-I../../core/net/rime -I../../core/net/routing -I../../core/sys 
-I../../core/cfs -I../../core/ctk -I../../core/lib/ctk 
-I../../core/loader -I../../core/. -c ../../core/sys/timetable.c -o 
obj_wgn-brione/timetable.o

sdcc: SDCCopt.c:707: convilong: Assertion `0' failed. Caught signal 6: 
SIGABRT
make: *** [obj_wgn-brione/timetable.o] Error 1

sdcc -v shows:

user@instant-contiki:~/contiki-2.x/examples/accel_demo$ sdcc -v

SDCC : mcs51/gbz80/z80/avr/ds390/pic16/pic14/TININative/xa51/ds400/hc08
2.9.4 #5556 (Oct 29 2009) (UNIX)

 I'm attaching timetable.c and various header files as a zip, I don't 
see any mult, div, or mod functions. I see only pointer dereferences (*).

Any advice you can give for a workaround would be greatly appreciated.

Anthony* 
      
    



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