I've built ComputeLibrary in an Linux Environment using gcc 7.x version targetted for bare_metal and armv7a. Build was succesfull and I have 3 library (.a extension) files called
in build folder.
Then I created a c++ project in DS-5 IDE in a Windows Host environment using linaro gcc 7.x toolchain. I copied one of NEON example codes(NEON Cartoon Effect) from examples directory and I'm trying to build this as my application.
Here is my linker options for static libraries.
I set my compiler and linker options as similar to compute library build script (I play some options like -static or -fno-short-enums etc. to fix the problem). There is no compile error but in linking time, I get the following errors:
Am I doing something wrong? What should I check? Aren't those .a library files and included header files are enough for using the library? If I add that .o files as object files these errors disappear but I think this approach is not correct.
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