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#1 djrose



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Posted 31 July 2008 - 10:28 AM


I've been trying to rebuild the Revolution-Fx libraries.

I think I am following the details in Install.Txt and run the batch file to do the rebuild, but when it gets to the point of compiling the C module:

Executing Renesas SH C/C++ Compiler02 phase

I get the error message:

(0) : C3305 (F) Invalid command parameter "gbr"

		ERROR: Process failed with return code: 1

It looks like the compiler doesn't understand the gbr option or (in fact) quite a few of the others in that part of the makefile.

If I remove the options that at doesn't like, I then get a later error saying that LnkSpawn.Exe could not be found.

So ...

Am I being stupid->

I assumed that the Casio SDK includes the Renesas tools, maybe older or cut-down versions.

Am I wrong->

Do I need a separate/different compiler to rebuild the library other than the one that comes with the Casio SDK->

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Posted 31 July 2008 - 03:18 PM

The CASIO SDK does include a Renesas toolchain. However, I think I used a newer toolchain than what the CASIO's SDK provides.

If you're interested, you could join the Revolution-FX development team. It would be cool if someone could help in managing the project. I could then send you the toolchain.

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