Use -save-temps and look at the line in the assembly that it is
complaining about, then find the other label of the same name, and
determine why the label is present twice.
Inline levels and inline asm can both contribute to this type of
What I'm trying to do is to compile an open-source project under
Although the project supports both Linux and FreeBSD systems,
however, on the latter it runs into this kind of error:
-Tmp-//ccYQ9y4o.s:1073:Ignoring attempt to re-define symbol.
make: *** [obj_native/uaodv.o] Error 1
make: Target `all' not remade because of errors.
Surely it is an assembler error,
but everything goes well if compile the very same project targeting
the MSP430 platform,
in that case using a MSPGCC compiler, successfully ported on Mac OS.
The MSPGCC itself was compiled whit:
XCode 3.0 on OSX 10.5.4
gcc-3.3.6 with MSPGCC patches
Maybe, for my system's gcc compiler, some assembler or ASM libraries
What I should looking for?
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