I have been compiling with arm-none-eabi-gcc version 4.9.3 for a while; and everything were just fine with a Cortex-M0 I recently have tried using version 8.3.1 and things are not going as well.
I compiled the exact same code with the released version described earlier.- ...-gcc 4.9.3: Code complies and runs properly;- ...-gcc 8.3.1: Code compiles and seems to not execute on target.
I've been looking in the GCC changelogs and I cannot see any change that could explain the behaviour.
The command line is as follows:
-I (include paths)
-L (path to linker script)
-T (linker script)
Any idea of what could explain the compiler behaviour to change from version 4.9 to 8.3?
Any default option has been changed since 4.9?
I thank you for your help
I'm having pretty much the same problem. Did you happen to figure anything out?
-mcpu=cortex-m0, not -mcpu:cortex-m0. What do you mean by not executing on target? Have you checked that behaviour using debugger?
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