AW: AW: WG: AW: use gmp on microcontroller freescale coldfire
Droessler.Tobias at ik-elektronik.com
Tue Jun 25 10:21:32 CEST 2013
OK - thanks for your effort explaining me the thematic.
May I can support you AND me to get an smaller GMP ?
So if you think so - we can discuss what is the best way to do.
(Separate (sub)project or scaling /configuration possibilities.)
Please tell me your real opinion about it. ..
Von: tg at gmplib.org [mailto:tg at gmplib.org]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 25. Juni 2013 10:04
An: Drößler Tobias
Cc: gmp-discuss at gmplib.org
Betreff: Re: AW: WG: AW: use gmp on microcontroller freescale coldfire
Drößler Tobias <Droessler.Tobias at ik-elektronik.com> writes:
> We don't provide any configuration options for making GMP that small.
We usually create a binary file, which will be programmed /flashed and
holds the whole program code . Is it not possible (or default set)
that the linker only places used (called) code form the lib inside the
binary file ?
I would assume all current linkers support such incremental linking.
What I am trying to say is that no useful subset of GMP's object files will be small enough for your needs; incremental linking will surely help but not enough.
(It would be possible for us to provide smaller GMP configs in the future, mainly by conditionally disabling multiplication primitives.)
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