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Hi all,
I'm getting below error while compiling the u-boot standalone application, i have implemented the standalone app which does testing on the peripherals connected. below is the error displayed while compiling the code..Please help out

framework/diag/bit_main.o: In function `atoi':
diag/test/main.c:466: undefined reference to `strlen'
diag/test/main.c:296: undefined reference to `strtok'
diag/test/main.c:297: undefined reference to `strtok'

here is the  Makefile->
 
<pre lang="vb">include $(TOPDIR)/config.mk
 
ELF := test
#COBJS   := $(ELF:=.o)
COBJS += diag/test/main.o
COBJS += diag/test/display.o
COBJS += diag/test/menu.o
LIB    = $(obj)libbitstubs.a
 
LIBAOBJS-$(ARCH)     :=
LIBAOBJS-$(CPU)      :=
 
LIBCOBJS = stubs.o
 
LIBOBJS  = $(addprefix $(obj),$(LIBAOBJS) $(LIBCOBJS))
 
SRCS    := $(COBJS:.o=.c) $(LIBCOBJS:.o=.c) $(LIBAOBJS:.o=.S)
OBJS    := $(addprefix $(obj),$(COBJS))
 
gcclibdir := $(shell dirname `$(CC) -print-libgcc-file-name`)
 
CPPFLAGS += -I..
 
all: $(obj) $(LIB) $(ELF)
 
$(ELF): $(OBJS) $(LIB)
        $(LD) -Ttext $(STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR) -o $@ -e $(SYM_PREFIX)$(notdir $(<:.o=)) $^ -L$(gcclibdir) -lgcc
#                       $(CC) -o $@ -t $(LIB) -L$(gcclibdir) -lgcc
#                       $(LD) -g -Ttext $(STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR) \
                        -o $@ -e bit_main $< $(LIB)  \
                        -L$(gcclibdir) -lgcc
#                       $(LD) -g -Ttext $(STANDALONE_LOAD_ADDR) \
                        -o $@ -e $(SYM_PREFIX)$(notdir $(<:.o=)) $< $(OBJS) \
                        -L$(gcclibdir) -lgcc
 
$(LIB):                 $(obj).depend $(LIBOBJS)
                        $(AR) $(ARFLAGS) $@ $(LIBOBJS)
 

 
#########################################################################
 
# defines $(obj).depend target
include $(SRCTREE)/rules.mk
sinclude $(obj).depend
 
#########################################################################
Posted 9-Apr-13 5:49am
Amar_C607

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Solution 1

Looks like you're missing a reference to glibc.
Probably a -llibc required in the Makefile somewhere but that stuff is pretty opaque to me.
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